You can't just go over to the VBox forums and say something like "So I've got this XP iso torrent I dl'ed........", so here I am: I dl'ed an XP Pro 64bit(don't ask) torrent that I thought was an ISO image that I could plug into VBox and install on a virtual machine. I looked the completed torrent and see the files and structure I'd expect to see on the CD itself. Which is what I want, I think. I use ISORecorder to make an iso image out of it, and I use the Media Manager in VBox to add it as a CD/DVD. Then I start a new VM, edit the Settings\Storage to add the resource as I set it up in the Media Manager. I've got the iso set up as a "IDE Primary Slave", just as I do on my many XP Pro 32bit VM's. So I try run this 64bit, but I get a get a "no bootable media found" message. Any idea what I'm doing wrong?