Originally Posted by yancek
The message state "unable to find a medium containing a live filesystem" so I don't see how it could have done anything. Might be a bad download or a bad burn but you should be able to just boot back into windows and do a backup as suggested. Did you do an md5 checksum on the downloaded iso? Burn the iso as an image? Try booting it in another computer to see if the DVD with the iso actually boots?
Hello yancek. I don't know what I have done to offend you, but I guess I apologize.
I have never done an md5 checksum, but I read what it was, and ran a test. It shows that the files match. Here are the screenshots:
Your other question was why did I burn the ISO as an image?
A: Well that's what I have done most of my life when I had an ISO file, and my NERO does it. I guess I am confused as to why you believe this is bad?
I do it, because it's so easy to find the option, and NERO makes it so easy.
Unofrtunately I do not have access to another computer to test this DVD on.
Thank you beachboy2. I am going to read those links ASAP. Thank you