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Imac mini - installing BackTrack on Mountain Lion

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Hi,

I have a Imac mini with Mountain Lion installed. I have downloaded BACKTRACK but when I try to add it to my virtual software called VMWare the folder from BACKTRACK are all grey out (unavailable). Can you tell me why this happens and what I should do in order to install it on my Imac mini.
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I think that there are detailed instructions for what you are looking for here:
http://rezaalihussain.blogspot.gr/2012/08/installing-backtrack-5-r3-on-osx-108.html
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Did you download the ISO or VMware version?
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VMware version!
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by:Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE^2)
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can you post me the link you downloaded?
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I will try again.
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