No operating system not found installing ubuntu.

My last drive hard finally crapped out and I have not a right image recorded pictures and the docs.  So I bought a new hard drive and downloaded ubuntu then there engraved on a DVD using the available slow burning speed and it arises.  I made sure that in the BIOS that boot from the CD has been activated and the value that it is the first place to boot from and he started upward.  It starts the boot sequence and then said: output NVIDIA boot sequence |  No operating system is found.

The BONES are burned as an ISO file and I'm out of ideas.

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