First, if your MD5/SHA1 is correct, you may try to verify if your burned media is correct. For example, in ImgBurn you use the "Verify" option from the EZ-mode. Other burning tools have some equivalent function to recheck the CD against the original ISO image. If you need to re-burn your CD, try using a standard 4x burning speed.
After this i put the cd in another computer to check out the files and inside the autorun.inf i only see ShellExecute=ubcd\website\index.html and the path to the icon file.. shouldn't that autorun be pointing to some exec for booting UBCD? im stuck at this point
The title of this topic says "autorun UBCD booting problem". Which exactly is the problem? The autoexec.inf is correct. The autoexec.inf file serves you when you insert the CD under Windows only
. It is meaningless when booting with UBCD.