Ok, here is this thing:
I just burned an Arch Linux CD at my mom's Ubuntu computer, and I decided to try it out just to see how it works.
When I ran the CD on my mom's computer (IBM laptop I think, if that matters) it worked perfectly. I went into a CLI automatically where I was told to enter "arch" or "root" to start. I found an installation guide and everything seemed to work alright. I then removed the CD because I wasn't going to install it on my mom's computer. No problem here, but now it starts getting freaky.
When I got back home and inserted the CD into the my computer I didn't
get a CLI screen, but rather something like this
(I think it's called TUI). Why would I get a different screen? I did nothing different, same CD, inserted it and turned the computer on.
Ok, fair enough. Only that the TUI screen doesn't work. When I select the "Boot Arch Linux Live CD" it results in a long line of code, and then in Kernel Panic
Edit: Ok, by the time I posted this I had figured out a solution (I use IDE so I was supposed to select the second choice, stupid mistake). But I still want to know, why would the Installer change between computers?