Can't boot from CD with Fedora 19 installed
*Just to make it clear, I have fedora 19 installed and running. This issue has to do with me not being able to boot from a CD anymore.
I've been using fedora 19 for a few days and while I enjoy it for general productivity, I miss being able to play games on windows. So I decided to use a dual boot. Most sites recommended installing windows first, then linux.
But when I put in the windows install disk, it won't boot. I tried setting the CD drive as top priority from the bios menu and manually selecting the disk, but I does not show up as an option. I tried the same with a different bootalble disk and got similar results. I tried booting both of these disks on a non-linux machine and both worked without issue.
It is also worth noting that I have booted from the CD drive many times before on this computer without issue, so it seems like a pretty big coincidence that I would start having an issue with it just after installing fedora.
(also, I can still read the files on the disk from the desktop)