Installation: Stuck At Boot Menu
So, I downloaded the Ubuntu 8.10 iso yesterday. I checked to make sure the iso file wasn't damaged, just like I'm supposed to. I burned the iso image to a blank CD. I put the CD in my computer, restarted my computer, and chose to boot from CD. I think I've done everything right so far.
I chose "English" and then selected "install". While I waited for something to happen, nothing happened, I didn't see any load bar or anything, so I looked for some installation guides to see if there was something wrong. I selected "install" and nothing happened. I was told that it might take a while, so after I hit install, I left my computer and I went to go do some other stuff. I came back, and I was still looking at the boot menu. Nothing was happening and hitting the keys did nothing.
I have tried this about 4 times with the same results. I even tried downloading the iso from a different source. I also tried the "Try Ubuntu and then install later" option on the boot menu.
My computer is a Dell Dimension 4600C that currently runs Windows XP.
Any idea what I should do?