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CentOS 5.3: I downloaded an .iso file; I need to wipe out Win7 from new system, do I just burn .iso to a CD and reboot PC?

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Hello Experts,

I downloaded Centos 5.3 .iso file; I need to wipe out Win7 from new system, do I just burn .iso to a CD and reboot PC?

thanks,

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Yeah this is it. Just burn it to CD / DVD and reboot booting from the CD/DVD and follow the on-screen installation options.

Cheers,
K.
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thank you!!!!
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You're welcome.
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