QUOTE(DMAddict @ Jul 19 2007, 01:54 PM)
I haven't done this before but I think you can use Quix to build an iso of XBMC and burn it to a disc to install. If it doesn't work on CD-r you may want to try DVD-r. Another way is to get a copy of AID. You can boot that and install XBMC from the disc.
If you burn it as an xISO it will be bootable, AKA it will be a dash on a disc and will boot and run from the disc (with no XBMC files installed to the HDD). You can still copy and move the files using a file explorer, but there won't be an easier way like just clicking "install" or anything.
If you burn the disc as a "data" disc it won't be bootable, but will show the data on the disc when browsed with a file explorer. Same as above you could copy and move the files using a file explorer in one of the dashs.
Lol, BTW had to type that 2x as the power at work went out This post has been edited by cerealkillajme: Jul 19 2007, 08:07 PM