Hi is it possible to install Fedora on a computer with a screwed CD/DVD Drive (Doesn't Work) and no USB Boot option on start up?
I tried Unetbootin it doesnt work either I get "Invalid Boot File" on reload and it just loads Windows XP which is the current os on the system!
Any other way??
In response to what Ivo just said... basically i have the fedora 12 iso, i run Unetbootin and select the "Hard Disk" option, then unetbootin does its thing and asks me to restart the computer, which i do and according to the unetbootin website i should get something like a Grub Bootloader screen, which i dont and i get this text "Invalid Boot.ini File" Booting from C:\Windows and winxp starts up
I did have a look at the Boot.ini file that unetbootin created and it had one line init.. which i dont remeber properly something like
C:\something.mbr [ i did want to install fedora 12 as my primary and only operating system on the computer]
I changed the boot.ini file's contents to the default winxp boot.ini file before posting this question cause unetbootin was not working.