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I burned Backtrack 5 R3 to a DVD using Alcohol 120 as a image burning iso. The files are on the disc, but when I try to boot the cd, ...
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    Exclamation Trying to Install Backtrack, not bootable


    I burned Backtrack 5 R3 to a DVD using Alcohol 120 as a image burning iso. The files are on the disc, but when I try to boot the cd, it gives me a Boot: command. I can't boot from the disc what so ever. Does anyone know why?

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    Your DVD may not be bootable.

    What do mean exactly when you say "...but when I try to boot the cd, it gives me a Boot: command."?

    I always use unetbootin to build bootable systems onto a CD/DVD.

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