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It was a sony disc... I think... can't remember now. Lot of people have problem with all kinds of sony products so maybe just poor quality or something.
whenever I burn a disk I burn at slowest setting, usualy overnight, or just before I head off to work, due to my house being a POS and shakes whenever anyone walks around on the other side of it.

I always use dvd+rw (whatever walmart has in stock at the time) and burn at x4 takes longer, but it ensures a good burn.
but I also have a handfull of 8g thumbdrives that I use, all set active and bootable.
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Yeah I made my 16Gb bootable, but I haven't made it so far as to try to actually boot anything from it. What exactly do you do, slap the ISO file on the bootable? Or is there something else?
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