I have been trying very hard since last night to be exact but I cannot get the ISO image to boot. Here's what I've tried to do: I extracted the ISO image with Winzip and it made a Folder for Fedora 11. I burned that folder of files to the DVD-R in my DVD-RW drive.
This is not what you are supposed to do.
Are you sure it is a DVD image, and not a CD image? If you are sure, either way, substitute "DVD" for "CD" in the following :
Using your windows CD-burning program, burn the .iso file to a blank disk as an iso image
There will be an option for you to do this in your burning program. It is not a "regular burn".
Now, when you look at the disk from windows, you should see a whole load of files and directories, (yes, I know you could see these before, but the disk still wasn't burnt properly, trust me on this).
Now set your BIOS to boot from  CD  HDD
Insert the CD and reboot.