sugar 'n spikes
- Mar 5, 2002
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Thanks for that floppy I will give that a go and let you know the resultWhat was the file extension of the Linux Mint download? It was probably 'iso' in which case you need software capable of burning an iso file to create a disk.
Nero and Ashampoo will both do this.
Did you burn the iso file to a disk or just copy the iso file to a disk. If the latter it won't work.
It's also worth checking the download against the md5 sum number provided at the download site to make sure the download isn't corrupted.
You can use a free program named 'Digest It' to check the md5 sum number against the download.
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