How do i stop grub and allow live CD's to boot?
I'm new to linux, and installed Linux Mint a few days ago. While it is a very nice operating system, i wanted to try something else. So i downloaded and burnt a live CD of openSUSE 11.1. I tried to boot from it, but my computer always starts loading mint as though there were no cd in the drive. I changed the BIOS to boot from the cd, but that didnt work either. I held F12 and chose to boot from cd. That didnt work either. It just kept going to mint. so using parted magic, i deleted the partition hoping that with mint gone i would be able to boot from a cd. (as of now i have no operating system installed) Instead, i start the computer and hold F12, choose boot from cd, but it goes directly to grub. grub starts loading, but then says error 22. I've tried numerous live cd's, super grub disk, etc. but it always goes to grub then says error 22. So my question is, how do i stop grub from starting, and let the live CD boot?