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    Yes, I burned the iso image. The burning program has a option to burn a iso image to a disk.

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    Hi

    What burn speeds were you using ?

    I have found I have more success with ISO's if I knock the burn speed right down.

    Maybe worth a try.

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    FWIW, you can check the md5 sum of a file. You don't check the md5 sum of an entire disk (unless you've created an image of that disk, which makes it into a file).

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