Probably has more to do with the hardware you are trying to boot on then the
image you burned.
Tested the ISO image on a couple of computers and depending on the hardware
<for example the distribution does not like 2940 controllers at this time>
the boot goes fine.
If you can, I would suggest going as vanilla as possible and then adding
Just a MB with IDE [drive, CDROM] and a video card attached to start.
I haven’t had it fail using this combination to start yet. After you get a
system that will boot, then start thinking about adding hardware.
I have been lucky with sound cards, but nothing but real Sound Blaster types
tested so far.
“Cybergod” <email@example.com> wrote in message
I have a burning problem. Have burnt the ISO image using both WINonCD and
Nero. Tried just burning it, tried burning an ISO CD and tried a bootable
ISO CD. It burns fine, but won’t boot up my system. I think I eed a
floppy image. Any ideas PLEASE.