iBoot problems

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  1. phreshness

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    Mar 13, 2012 #1
    phreshness

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    im kinda a newb at this but i copied all of the bios settings off of the pictures in the iboot+multibeast instructions and put the iboot cd in the drive but i get a "DISK BOOT FALIURE, INSERT SYSTEM DISK AND PRESS ENTER"

    anyone know how to get passed this?
    also should i be using the GSATA ports or the SATA ports?

    im running a six-core intel core i7-980 LGA1366

    thanks!
     
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    Mar 13, 2012 #2
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    Have you set your system to boot off a CD/DVD in boot options?
     
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    yeah still doesnt work from there

    i messed with boot from cd EFI interface and tried both non-EFI and EFI and neither worked better so i just set to auto
     
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    motherboard is a gigabyte X58A-UD3R- rev 2 - FG1

    i had the wrong drive selected but i selected the correct one and it still have me a disk boot failure
     
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    i guess it would help if i burned the image to the disk correctly :clap:
     

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