Can't install: msg "I could not find a Red Hat Linux CDROM"
I am having a lot of trouble getting 7.1 Red Hat to install. The system has a workstation install of 6.1. I can't boot from the CD so I use a boot floppy, get the install running using graphical mode and everything is fine until I have to choose between the local CDROM or the HD as the source of the installlation files. I choose the cd and get the message "I could not find a Red Hat Linux CDROM...." and I can go no further.
I have burned two CDs and I am currently using the CD from a Linux book I bought. All of the CDs appear to be the same under Win ME. I have tried to copy the files I need to the HD but it still can't find them and I am not sure I am copying all I need.
I have seen no other advice on this problem anywhere beyond burn another CD. It seems very unlikely this is my problem as I am using a CD distributed with a book.
My CD appears to bo hdb during boot up but it flies by and I can't really read it.