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how to install linux?.

Posted on 2002-05-19
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how to install linux?. i have windowsXP in one partition.
and i make one more partion for linux with partitionMagic.
i have inserted the linux cd in CD-ROM but it is not booting from the CD-ROM, it is directly entering into WindowXP
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elniniokev earned 50 total points
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Are you sure you have your cdrom  enabled (bootable) in the bios. Usually F2 or F10 when you power on your computer.

If your cdrom drive is bootable and the cd still wont boot you can go to your linux distrubutions web site and download their boot floppy disk.

i.e. www.suse.com , www.redhat.com etc

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Have you set the correct bot-order in bios ? (cdrom before c: )
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