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Old 08-12-2006, 01:25 PM   #1
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I Downloaded The Linux Discovery Verson 2. I Went To Ftp Link, To Download Files. Used A Ftp Software To Download Them. It Was In I586 Format. There Were 7 Files, 3 Cd* Iso Formats. I Burned The Iso Formats On A Cd, But Could Not Install It. Used Magiciso Software To Extract Files And Burned Those Files To Cd...tht Did Not Work Either...i Dont Know Wht I Am Doing Wrong.please Help Me
Old 08-12-2006, 01:50 PM   #2
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Please don't double post and please use better thread titles in future.

Anyway, what happened when you tried to install? Also, you don't extract the files from the ISOs. You just need to burn the image to the CD. This looks like the relevant thing to do for the software you're using. Another thing to make sure of is that your machine is set to try and boot from the CD before it tries to boot from the hard drive. The setting for this is found in your machine's BIOS.



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