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ISO Installation: No Bootable Disk

MyCore VM support ISO installation from custom images. Most of Linux distros support Virtio driver natively and you can boot it.

For images that not have integrated virtio drivers (FreeBSD, OpenBSD ....) if you try to boot from ISO you will get "No bootable disk error".

In this case, please open a support ticket asking to remove virtio drivers. We will switch your vm into standard hd* disks and Realtek NICs. After the change you will be able to install any O.S.



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