This is the motherboard. http://www.gigabyte.com/products/pro...px?pid=4305#ov
I downloaded Fedora 19 x64 KDE Spin and burnt the ISO to disk. I used Windows 7 and double clicked the ISO. The window came up and burnt it to disk. The problem I am having is when I boot the computer I can't get it to boot from the cdrom option. I hit F12 and Del. F12 brings up the boot menu. Del gets me into the bios setup. No matter what I select in the boot menu it always boots the default HDD, which is Windows. After I post this I am going to look through the setup again and see if I missed something.
Edit: I am wondering it it just didn't burn the disc the right way. I am going to try a different program and see if that helps.
**Actually, I should have thought if this sooner if I wasn't so tired, I am going to try and boot my SystemRescueCD and see if that works before I waste another dvd.
*** Nope, it won't boot that one either. I know that cd does boot. So it is something in the bios I have to play with. I do have the cdrom set as the first boot device. Second boot device is usb-cdrom and third is the hard drive.