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Old 10-24-2004, 08:29 AM   #1
hitesh_linux
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Mondo rescue cd..


Hi,

I have download and burn the mondo rescue .ISO cd. http://www.mondorescue.org/download/download.html

When i try to boot with that CD, my pc boot with OS. it won't boot with that CD. i set the boot option in BIOS. what could be the problem? is there any way to run this CD?

one more, what excatly this .ISO will do? any one have try this CD(.ISO) before? i mean to say is this .ISO image will install on my HDD or it's useful to take a backup. Pls clear me what excatly this .ISO image will do.

pls help me...

-/Hitesh
 
Old 10-24-2004, 09:52 AM   #2
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Well an .iso image is basically an image of a data CD. Hence you can make an .iso image of any disk that you would like (barring the existence of some form of copy protection mechanisms or damage to the disk). Now with the assistance of a application a disk can be converted to an .iso so that it can be moved around more easily (i.e. stored on a hard drive as a single file, or downloaded via ftp or http and so on), and then at a later time with the use of an application be expanded onto another CD, or possibly a hard drive if you had a desire to do so.

As for the system not booting to the CD, one of the first things that I would try would be to get your hands on another bootable CD, and make an effort to boot off of it. If this works it will tell us that the machine will boot off a bootable CD and we should focus on the mondo rescue CD that you have, if not it tells us we should focus on the system.

Playing the odds it is more likely that the disk is the problem. I would suggest that you place this disk into a running system, go to the command line, CD to the root directory of the disk and perform an ls l. If you were to post the results of that listing, I am sure it might go a long ways towards helping someone identify the problem that you are having.
 
  


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