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Old 09-03-2008, 08:54 PM   #1
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GrafPup Live CD isnt loaded to the 80 mm CD


My system is Win XP pro with 2 gig main mem.
After successfully crating an 80 mm puppy-215CE-Final lice CD I tried to do the same with grafpup-2.00-opera.iso which I downloaded from the GrafPup website. I used Nero 6 Burning Rom to copy the iso to the cdrom. When finished I checked the cd in WinXp file manager. It said the cd had no info on it. I asked Nero 6 to create the iso to CD again and it showed that there was 105 meg on the cd already but didn't say what that data was. I tried BurnCDCC which said it wrote the cd. But, when I checked what was on the cd using WinXP file manager, again, it said thee was othing on the cd and Nero 6 shoed 105 meg used.

Do I have to boot Puppy and then used a Puppy util to creat this GrafPup Live Cd ???

Why this live cd when I could create a Puppy live cd without a problem.
I create the Puppy Live cd twice making two live cd's.

I am a little confused.

Anyone's help is greatly appreciated.

Thank You.
 
Old 09-06-2008, 01:02 PM   #2
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Well, I do not know if this is the issue
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I used Nero 6 Burning Rom to copy the iso to the cdrom
You should of course use the function :
"Burn an image"

I'd guess you burned Puppy Linux that way ??

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Old 09-07-2008, 02:10 AM   #3
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Well, I do not know if this is the issue

You should of course use the function :
"Burn an image"

I'd guess you burned Puppy Linux that way ??

Regards
Knudfl, I have since learned for those of us still using windoze that I should have used CDburnerXP to create a multi-session CD. I did that for Puppy office202ce.iso. I will test it tomorrow morning, I hope. But, I have learned on linuxquestions.org the that grafpup release 2 and beta on grafpup.org and other mirros is bad. That is why I have a burning problem. The only mirror mentioned was bubbleletter but when I tried it it didnt seem to be a mirror. Oh, well. The free utility CDburnerXP works great and it also told me that grafpup was not a valid iso file. Great! I'm still looking for a grafpup.
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