Problem with Live CD.
stevenvollom at sbcglobal.net
Wed Jul 8 19:33:55 UTC 2009
On Wednesday 08 July 2009 02:28:24 pm Goh Lip wrote:
> steven vollom wrote:
> > I recently downloaded a copy of Kubuntu Karmic Koala Alpha II, for AMD 64
> > bit system. I made two copies and had each verified for accuracy, but
> > when I try to use either of them, they do not seem to be recognized at
> > boot up. Boot goes straight to the normal boot. Without installing, I
> > want to try Koala out.
> > I checked to see if my boot sequence is set properly and CD is set first
> > to boot. I am not sure what else to do. Should I download the ISO
> > again, or is there something else I can try? In Dolphin, the CD is
> > recognized by name, in the column on the left. TIA
> > Steven
> Karmic is NOT on live CD, it is alternate install.
> Also, since you've made many changes, besides making sure that your bios
> boot from cd before booting from hdd, some computers insist you enter
> some key (usually 'enter', heh heh), otherwise it will boot from hdd.
> Welcome back, regards,
> Goh Lip
Good to hear your voice, Goh Lip. I wanted to try Koala to see its
differences, but I have been severely criticized for doing things like that
while so uninstructed. Oh well. I will just wait for the rc, I guess.
I have a good sized partition I could move what little is there and opt for a
dual boot. Is that a decent idea. I still would like to see tomorrows OS.
If I do that, how do I install from a CD that I made that doesn't open? Or
what application would I use to open the CD?
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