I'm kind of new to linux but, intrigued. Anyways, I start up back track and it gets about 50% of the way done booting and it says
"ALSA7ftp/2.6.20/src-drivers/alsa-driver-1.0.14rc2/pci/hdc/hdc_codec.c:216: hadc_codec: invalid dep_range_va"
and it just repeats that extremely fast, I can't enter anything I have to manually shut down my computer to get it to work.
Burned the .iso file on to a cdr at 4x with nero
and tried the cheats bt acp=off, bt irqpoll, bt nohd.. figured it was worth a shot.
Assuming that your BT3 might be corrupt:
(One) Retry the BT3 download, don't use a download program.
(Two) Try Magic ISO if you don't have nero,
Please let us know if this helps,
If you still unable to boot, please check,
Also, ALSA is part of the sound system.