wikus.m at gmail.com
Fri Nov 17 17:49:37 UTC 2006
Thanks to you all.
I figured it out and set boot options to cdrom.
It is currently installing.
On 11/17/06, Wei-Yee Chan <chanweiyee at gmail.com> wrote:
> As Gabriel has pointed out, change the first-boot device to CDROM by
> accessing the bios screen.
> Additionally, U might find this page useful:
> Wei-Yee Chan
> Gabriel Dragffy wrote:
> > You should reboot the PC with the Ubuntu CD inside and the computer will
> > load up from this CD. You may have to enter your computers BIOS at boot
> > time (F2 key? Del Key?) and make the CD drive the first bootable device.
> > On Fri, 2006-11-17 at 18:53 +0200, Wikus Moller wrote:
> >> HELLO,
> >> I am new to linux and I have a pentium 2 upgraded pc running windows
> >> I want to install ubuntu and I have both the pc version and the 64-bit
> >> pc version.
> >> If I put the cd in my pc while its on, it just gives me a menu with
> >> software that I can install but NO INSTALL BUTTON with both the pc and
> >> 64-bit pc versions.
> >> If I try to restart my pc, it doesnt do anything!
> >> What should I do to install it? Is there a hidden install button?
> >> MAIL ME
> >> --
> >> Thanks
> >> Wikus
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