It's saving the video settings for one machine on that cd, then you are trying to boot a different computer, with the settings for the wrong computer. There should be some cheat codes to specify the video settings. I know there are cheat codes to revert to a clean boot, and ignore the saved settings. You can see most of the cheat codes during the boot process by pressing F3 or some other function key. I googled it quick, and found no answers, but I'll download puppy quick, and see if I can find them quick. What version of puppy are you using ?
Be back in a minute.
P.S. Ok, one fix, is during boot, you can specify to ignore the last few saved sessions, with
Will ignore the last 3 saved sessions, and boot an earlier saved session, increasing the number will eventually get you back to a virgin session.
Will get you a radical file clean up, basically a fresh slate. I don't know what that will do to any data you have, but it should allow you to boot that cd on that machine.
Last edited by budword; 11-01-2008 at 05:15 AM.