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Solaris 9 ISO's Burning?

Discussion in 'QnA (read only)' started by GameAddict, Sep 1, 2004.

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  1. GameAddict

    GameAddict New Member

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    Hi,

    Got Solaris 9(x86) ISO's. Some are bootable. Has anybody burnt them to CD's? Please let me know any goof-ups you made and how to avoid them, so as to avoid unworkable/corrupt/coaster CD's.

    Any inputs are welcome! :)

    Bye!

    GA
     
  2. pradeep_chauhan

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    yes i have a;; the three iso as cd. there is no trick just burn them as you would any other iso i used nero 5.5
     
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    JAK What the Heck !

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    Just fire up Nero Burnin Rom...Skip the Wizard..go to RECORDER -->Burn Image --> Browse for the ISO..and Burn.. :wink:


    Some Tips for getting good burns....

    1# Avoid multi Taskin when Burning a CD especially when burnin at High speeds(above 32X)
    2# Disable ur Antivirus if Burnin at 40X or more..(Not for High End Computers
    3# Always Choose a burnin speed of abt 4X-10X less then the max Speed the Speed offered by the CDR or burning(Whichever is smaller)
    Eg: if havin a 52X burner and a CDR that supports 52X burnin..burn @ 48X or 40X


    Tip: To reduce the amt of C1 errors(Quality burns..C1 errors are media dependent).. always burnin at a speed of abt 1/2 of what ur burner supports..
    eg if u have a 52X burner prefer burnin at say abt 24X(Its not half of 52X..but u wont find media that supports exact 26X burn.. :wink: ) so use the next closest thing 24X or 32X.... :wink:


    Hope this helps.... :wink:
     
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    it_waaznt_me Coming back to life ..

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    JAK rules when it comes to CD Burning .... :)..
     
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    getting all the drivers for a solaris system is a pain i am still strugling with the SATA disk solaris 9 does not support sata also the driver for a 865 is not free in case you make any headway please share the resources i want to move my solaris out of vmware into the real world.
     
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    Sure!

    Hi P_C,

    We will keep in touch! PM me your mail id., if it is OK!

    GA
     
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