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How To Make A Bootable CD

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Hey, I want to install Linux on Virtual PC. I have Toast 6 and a .iso file that I want to burn to a disc. I need specific instructions on how to configure the burner so that it works correctly and will boot in Virtual PC to let me install Linux. Thanks guys!

(EDIT) Nevermind, I can boot directly from the ISO :cool:.)
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