Can't create a bootable ISO CD for FreeBSD


I have a weird problem - I can't create a bootable ISO disk to install FreeBSD. All my effords have failed, I tried on 2 different machines, tried buring the CD under Linux and under Windows, have re-downloaded the ISO image but nothing works: the CD will just not boot.

Did anyone had a similar problem and can give me some advice on this?
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Can you boot disc on computer that recorded it ???
spairusAuthor Commented:
I managed to resolve that problem myself, thanks.
gheist no it wouldn't boot there either. I had to get Nero to manage to make the disk bootable (Nero express would not make it bootable).
It's weird though, I would say that windows XP should manage to burn a bootable ISO cd.

Anyways, no need to answer this question anymore, thnx :)
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