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Nero 7 has a glitch. "Enable Expert Settings" in the Advanced section keeps getting grayed out. Check it out before you burn. It will always get unchecked.

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SOURCE: cdboot cannot boot from cd code 4

check if ur cd drive is work properly then the BOOTABLE CD is crupted.

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