Ok. Here’s the deal. I have an iso image of Windows XP. And I have successfully burned it with Nero. The only problem is, the burn I did did not make a bootable disc. For some reason the ‘autorun’ feature seems not to be working.
I still have the image so I can make other copies if necessary. I am wondering if anyone knows of any way to burn this so that the disc will be bootable. Has anyone ever run into this problem?
The odd thing is, if I open the disc and double click ‘Setup’ it will run and start to install the OS. But I want to do a clean install on a reformatted hard drive. And in order to do this the disc will have to be able to boot/autorun.
So, in other words, it WILL install the OS. But autorun does not seem to be working. So it will not run as a bootable disc. Could it have something (anything) to do with using Nero to burn the image? Are there other programs that will do a better job of burning the iso file? If so could anyone make any recommendations?