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As I said before, just burning the file itself won't work. The ISO file is a full image of a bootable CD; when you burn the image file, you have ...
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    As I said before, just burning the file itself won't work. The ISO file is a full image of a bootable CD; when you burn the image file, you have to burn it as a CD image, not just put the file on a data disk or extract the files manually and then burning them. Think of it more as restoring a backup from a file than burning a CD and you might get what I mean.
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    It is times like this that I begin to think whether the use of computers should be something that is earned... like a drivers license of sorts.

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