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Still Boots To Windows, Not From Cd

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    Posted 06 September 2009 - 08:31 AM

    I successfully burned the iso but the system won't boot from the CD. It is a Dell - I made the Dell "adjustments" outlined in FAQ, and ensured 'disk at once' when creating the image (w/ roxio); the boot sequence is correct (cd first) but still... I burned a second one in case of corruption, but...
    Thanks for any further guidance.
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      Posted 06 September 2009 - 10:09 AM

      Hi bceliot

      To see if the problem is with how you made the CD in Roxio or a Problem with your PC boot order setup

      1) can you boot-up your PC from a Windows XP CD (or any bootable CD or DVD) ?

      2) what can you see on the ubcd4win CD
      If you see ubcd4win.iso you did not burn ISO image to cd you created a CD containing a file called ubcd4win.iso
      (you should see folders \I386 \Programs \BCDW \Images .....)

      Try using ImgBurn.exe to put the ISO image on the CD (program is in the project)

      regards

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        Posted 06 September 2009 - 12:58 PM

        Fixed!
        I had burned the iso file, not the image - used imgburn as suggested and I am now able to boot from CD.
        Now, off to slay whatever crusty things are infecting me.
        Many thanks --
        BC
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