drs at pointyhats.com
Sun Apr 18 05:16:16 UTC 2004
On Fri, Apr 16, 2004 at 06:21:53PM -0400, Brian C wrote:
> How do I take the Fedora Core ISO files and put them on a bootable CD-ROM? I
> have K3b CD burner, and Nero burning ROM. I can get others for Windows if
> trial versions are available, so no one think twice about responding just
> because the two I named aren't what you used...
Make sure you have plenty of space.
Download the .iso files. Compare the file sizes with those on the
server to make sure you got the whole iso file.
Insert a blank cdr into the drive then start Nero.
>From the Nero file menu,
Click "Burn Image..."
Navigate to the folder of the first .iso file and select it.
Make sure Write and "Finalize Cd" is checked, then click the "Write"
Tip: You do "not" unpack the iso files!
That's it! Burn the next iso, etc.
If you burn from the iso image and you selected Write and Finalize in
Nero, all that's needed is to make sure that your bios boots from the
Install the cdr into the drive and reboot.
If it fails to write the cdr, you may want to try buring a lower
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