hugh-265156 01:46 14 Nov 2003

you need to set your cdrom as the first boot device in the bios.

when your computer starts up,the first screen you see will say something like "press F2 to enter set up" or similar.

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once in the bios look under the advanced tab for boot options or similar,save and exit when set.

with the cdrom in the drive it should boot up and start the install,partition the drive etc.

linux is a bit more fiddly than windows so have a read

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