Aug 29

Two days ago, I was thinking of trying out both Ubuntu 7.04 and Microsoft Vista Ultimate, so I went toubuntu-logo112[1] download the ISO from ubuntu.com and MSDN. Naturally after that, I go on to burn the ISO into CD and DVD.

While I was burning my ISO files into CD/DVD, CDBurnerXP Pro kept prompting me that my disc aren’t blank. When I try burning my data files from hard disk, it works. So I thought, “Why not I try to mount the ISO and burn the files from the Virtual Disk?”. So I went ahead with that idea.

Sadly, I can’t boot any of them. After a long period of trial-and-error, I decided to install Nero and burn the ISO directly. It works! Most importantly, not only successfully burn the ISO but it can boot from the CD/DVDs.

So the moral of the story, don’t burn your bootable programs from Virtual Disk. It won’t work. 🙁

written by mangoorange


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2 Responses to “Can’t boot if you burn from Virtual Disk”

  1. 1. Ketsui Says:

    Nero and Alcohol 120% imo, are the best programs for disc-images burning.

    hehe, Ubuntu rules btw.
    Vista is too laggy… used it for some months and got back to XP.

  2. 2. GiLli Says:

    Nero Burning ROM..Open Image File Then Burn…i just tried it..it working dude..
    Try Using NERO v6.. ( i use v6 one)

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