Here are the root files on the CD:
Directory of F:\
AUTORUN.INF 1 KB 8/29/2002 12:42:32 AM
NCDStart.exe 513 KB 8/29/2002 12:45:06 AM
PPList.ini 1 KB 8/29/2002 12:42:30 AM
Setup.exe 81 KB 8/29/2002 12:47:40 AM
Setup.ini 1 KB 8/29/2002 12:42:34 AM
nsw.msi 2119 KB 8/29/2002 1:21:54 AM
nsw1.cab 5229 KB 8/29/2002 1:21:52 AM
readme.txt 4 KB 8/29/2002 12:42:24 AM
Perfect timing for Marianne's thread, but. . .
A while back I backed up my NSW 2003 disk to a CDR. I'd never used it, nor have I had to use either one. Later, I lost the original disk. But just for grins I tried to boot from the copy. And it won't. I know the original disk would, or should, and so should the copy. But it won't. I have used the copy to install from and everything works perfectly. It just won't boot.
So my question is this. Is there a file I may have missed to prevent the disk from booting?
Symantec has offered to replace the disk for a nominal fee, but I'm cheap. Does anyone know what file causes the disk to be bootable? If there's a file I'd be glad to receive it via email and I could add it to the CD.
Running XP Home.