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RE: ISO Image Problem



On Mon, 2004-10-18 at 14:18, Tmac wrote:
> You need the deamon tool to convert the ISO to a bootable CD
>  
> http://www.daemon-tools.cc/dtcc/portal/download.php?sid=e598b92f60c064f83a44906ddbde094a

Not likely needed.
Native Linux cli tools such as cdrecord and growisofs, or gui tools such
as k3b and xcdroast can burn an iso image to CD. 

>  
> also, try Sonic CD tool. I like it alot better than Nero or Roxio

No wonder you have used Roxio and Nero.  You post to a Linux list from
Microsoft OS.

>  
> Tom McManus
> Tmac TmacDaddy net <mailto:Tmac TmacDaddy net>  
> http://www.TmacDaddy.net
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> From: fedora-list-bounces redhat com on behalf of John Aldrich
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> Subject: Re: ISO Image Problem
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> 
> On Monday 18 October 2004 02:06 pm, M.Hockings wrote:
> > > I'm having an issue with getting good install images.  I have downloaded
> > > the ISO images from several different mirrors along with the MD5SUM from
> > > these sites.  WinMD5 reports that the ISOs are good.  However, on every
> > > one of them, the mediacheck fails.  My CD burner (TDK) is working (I've
> > > burned other stuff and tested it... no problem) and I'm using Nero
> > > Burning ROM 6 to burn the image onto CD.  I'm considering getting out my
> > > Roxio software and using that as, if I remember right, it has an option
> > > for write verification when burning that Nero doesn't.  Outside of that,
> > > I may just have to buy CD's already burned.
> > >
> One thing... Are you *sure* you're burning it correctly? I know in the past
> I've accidentally burned the image as a single file to the CD when I wasn't
> paying attention to what I was doing. Make sure you're using the burn an
> image to a CD option.
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