|I'm building a media center PC which consists of all new hardware. I have 3 hdd's with no OS installed on any of them. One of the hdd's is an old 80gb drive that I formatted and which I would like to install Windows Home Server on it but that's where the problem begins.|
I downloaded the free 180-day trial version of WHS from Microsofts site. Its an ISO image and after checking the files I see it had bootmgr and a boot folder, so I am assuming it's a bootable ISO. When I insert the dvd that I burned the ISO to and restart the computer I get to this DOS screen that states:
Verifying DMI Pool Data.............
AMD data change...Update new data to DMI!
BOOTMGR is missing
Press Ctrl+Alt+delete to restart
So this is where I am stuck. I don't know why it's not booting the ISO so that I can install the WHS OS onto the 80gb drive.