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So I am not new to linux, but I've never dove head-first into the details. I burned the ISO (properly) and the autorun is a .bat.... if my memory serves ...
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    First time installing...booting problem.


    So I am not new to linux, but I've never dove head-first into the details. I burned the ISO (properly) and the autorun is a .bat.... if my memory serves me correct this is to make a bootdisk, but I could be wrong. I suppose what I'm getting to is it goes straight to windows rather than try to boot from the cd (the install), and my bios is correct because I even double checked it with a windows cd...it tried to boot from it just fine. Any suggestions? Anyone recommend a good universal boot disk?

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    did you ran md5 checksum

    try to boot other systems using the same disk and report back here
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