Thanks for the reply Ed.
My problem is basically that for some reason when I try to burn a CD using
this file "binary-i386-1.iso" all I get is this file on the disk and nothing
else. The file seems to be still in the image format.
Any additional information would be excellent.
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> From: Joe Rothstein [mailto:email@example.com]
> Sent: Thursday, September 13, 2001 9:03 AM
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> Subject: Question
> I have a quick question.
> Can the CD images be used as a startup disk?
> Here is a summary of my situation. I have a mac that is connected to
> Internet via DSL. I have downloaded a CD-image, and have burned a CD
> which I
> would like to use as a startup disk for a PC that I just bought (no
> blank hard drive). I have downloaded the image (Binary-1), and tried
> to use
> this disk as a startup disk, but no go.
> Any help or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
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