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    tnenad NNTP User

    Default K3b don't write ISO image

    When I want to write iso image (of ubuntu), it finish, then I insert the CD and the computer don't recognize it! It don't boot, and i don't see the in file mngr.
    Please help me how to fix this =)

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    Default Re: K3b don't write ISO image

    Quote Originally Posted by tnenad View Post
    When I want to write iso image (of ubuntu), it finish, then I insert the CD and the computer don't recognize it! It don't boot, and i don't see the in file mngr.
    Please help me how to fix this =)
    Your are probably added the iso image to the disk. You should write the content of the ISO image to the disk.
    Start K3b, Tools > Burn CD/DVD image.
    Hope that helps.
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    Default Re: K3b don't write ISO image

    But surely then @ram88 it would see it as a data disc? Or am I missing something

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    Default Re: K3b don't write ISO image

    I think that the .iso image is written to the disk and the structure is:
    Code:
     + DISC0
     | - ubuntu-9.04-desktop-i386.iso
    .
    Then it is a data disc but isn't bootable.
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    On Sat, 09 May 2009 12:36:01 GMT, tnenad
    <tnenad@no-mx.forums.opensuse.org> wrote:

    >
    >When I want to write iso image (of ubuntu), it finish, then I insert the
    >CD and the computer don't recognize it! It don't boot, and i don't see
    >the in file mngr.
    >Please help me how to fix this =)


    Was it built as a bootable iso image? I have made that mistake. I
    have also written the .iso as a file (loopback can verify this).

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