I burned the ISO to a cdrom, it appears all files are on the disk, it offers to run the .exe in Windows, however when attempting to boot to the disk it does not happen.
I tried using a Windows startup disk, I can see all the cdrom's directories in DOS, however when I attempt to use wubi.exe in dos, it says it can not install in DOS.
Looking over the files on my UBUNTU 9.1 cdrom I do not see any files that would make the disk bootable, just wubi.exe then there are the other folders and readme files but no BOOT related files.
Was I supposed to add a boot command file of some sort to make the cdrom bootable?
Evrything I've read about using the ISO image says once the disk is burned it is already bootable and can run right off the cdrom disk or install from it as well.
To answer some questions ahead of time, yes the cdrom is first boot device, it works fine if I attempt to use the Win XP install or win 7 install disks.
Any help would be appreciated.
Edited by MrBruce1959, 27 February 2010 - 01:51 PM.