Failed while updating the boot sectors for disk
Boot options can be used to create bootable CD or DVD images.
The following boot options can be used to generate single-boot entries.
If the same data cable was used for several years(or even the same one across several computers), then it might me the cause of periodic read/write errors that can affect the loading process.
Any system that cannot read Joliet sees only a default text file that alerts the user that this image is only available on computers that support Joliet.
Produces an image that has both the UDF file system and the ISO 9660 file system.
Note: All references to Windows XP in this article also apply to Windows Server 2003.
References to Windows Vista also apply to Windows Server 2008The most probable cause for this error is that your system partition isn't the 'Active' partition.
The ISO 9660 file system is written by using DOS-compatible 8.3 file names.