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Old 07-04-2008, 12:44 PM   #1
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Default openSUSE install problem

Okay, heres the deal. Downloaded the openSUSE .iso file on a MacBook the other day. Burned the whole .iso file to a CD. Have the CD in my PC. When I open D:, I see the openSUSE-11.0-KDE4-liveCD-i386.iso file. Just for reference, when I double click the .iso file, windows tells me I dont have a program to read that type of file. Anyway...

Start up my computer. Hit F12 to get to the boot menu. Choose the option for Boot from CD. After a pause, I get a line that says "Press F1 to retry, Press F2 to enter utility screen" or something along those lines. Why cant I get my computer to boot up in the install for openSUSE? Is it a problem I downloaded it on a MacBook and transferred it to a PC? (I cant see that being the problem). Is it a problem with my computer not reading an .iso file? (dont see that being the problem either....) Help please .
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