Self-burned Knoppix won't boot
Recently I installed a CD Writer and decided to make some bootable CDs.
I downloaded the latest release of Knoppix from a local mirror and burned it to a CD-RW (rewritable disc). Then after rebooting BIOS simply ignores it and loads the NT loader (I use it to boot Windows and to load the LILO boot sector and Linux). The only difference is that Windows halts if this CD is in the drive (no idea why!).
The computer is able to boot from CD-ROM and the option "Boot from CD-ROM" is set to "enable". I made a Windows ME bootable CD and it boots without any problems. So where's the mistake?
I tried with rewriting the CD-RW, then I tried with normal CD-R but still no luck. The same combination of PC/Burner/Burning software has produced working boot CDs, so how can I solve this ?