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Old 11-10-2007, 07:15 PM   #1
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Brand new with Linux, installation Problem

I am new to Linux and downloaded Backtrack2.0 Final. I having troubles with the steps to get it installed. I did everything that instructions have said. I burned the backtrack2.0 icon on a CD then went into my BIOS settings and changed first priority to my CD rom. Then I restarted my Comp and nothing happened. What did I do wrong here?
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