Pádraig Brady <P at draigBrady.com> a écrit :
> > Install didn't go too well, so I said fine - just
> > reinstall and start over.
> You could burn a live USB key to boot from,
You mean get a live distro and try to boot
from that? It would appear that the machine
can't and/or won't boot from USB - it's not
in the list for the BIOS.
> and test your CD is still working from that.
> For example you could download the Fedora 9
> live CD image from here:
> And use these instructions to create a live USB key:
I'll take a look at this site, thanks.
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