Hi I wanted to post my particular case here in case anyone have the same problem and resolved it, I haven't.
Recently I bought a Sony VAIO VGN-FW140E everything working great (except for Windows Vista that sucks and stinks) so after setting up my antivirus and stuff I went to opensuse.org to download the DVD version 10.x to install (downloaded through ftp).
Anyways I downloaded the 64 bit (x86-64) without checking my computer was 32 bit (x86) (and IS 32bit), burned to a DVD and since I was in Windows I executed the DVD in the OS.
The DVD *installed a utility in Windows to boot from the dvd after restart. Computer restarted and booted from DVD, installed openSUSE 64bit on my 32bit laptop *No problems. **Since then the computer doesn't boot from any bootable CD - DVD.**
** Before openSUSE utility the CDROM booted fine since I had Fedora9 - I decided to change because openSUSE have a Hypervisor Utility ** -
I configured the BIOS to factory default; to boot from cdrom following troubleshooting (not that it's hard to do it) from my manufacturer and nothing. Computer BIOS takes longer to load. The CDROM WORKS on both OS's (openSUSE and Windows) but it just doesn't boot from CDROM.
If anyone knows about the installation openSUSE does on windows to boot; if it modifies something in the BIOS would be of much help.
Of course that's what I'm suspecting that something changed in the BIOS from the SUSE installation **but correct me if I'm wrong!!
Manufacturer have not released a BIOS version so I can flash or upgrade, they just tell me to send the computer for tech support and they'll flash it, but since it is the computer I use every day I'm looking for alternate solutions if any since they don't offer any more.
I would very much appreciate any HELP!!!