Im having boot problem, i'll provide some pictures so that u see what is happening here, i need some comment on this & its solution,
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-=Tron=- is correct. The chances of me or anyone else with half a brain downloading those pictures to our PC's and opening them are slim to none.
Hm, ok then, this is what i see when i use bootable cd from hakin9 magazine, i need some comment on this & its solution,
On the way to boot the cd...
*starting Linux Live scripts
*mounting /proc and /sys filesystems
*creating /dev entries for block devices
*starting loop device support
*starting cdrom filesystem support
*starting squashfs support
*starting aufs support
*starting vfat support
*starting ntfs support
*setup directory for changes
*setup union directory (using aufs)
*looking for data directory
*starting USB support...
Fatal error occured - LiveData not found. Searching for BT directory.
You are maybe using an unsupported boot device (eg. SCSI or PCMCIA CD-ROM)
Try to copy the directory BT from CD/USB to your IDE/SATA harddisk,
for example to /mnt/sda1/ in Linux or C:\ in Windos. Then boot again
*Something went wrong and we cant continue. This should never happen.
*Please reboot your computer with CTRL+ALT+DEL ...
I just bought this laptop, the specification for this laptop :
OS : Vista Home Premium
CPU : Duo T5750
HDD : 250GB
Memory : 2GB
Laptop : F80Sseries (Asus)
U may download the picture for better understanding such previous thread.
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Nope, i never download any source of backtrack from the internet, i get those cd from the hakin9 magazines. For most all of the backtrack cd from that magazine can be boot with other laptop or dekstop pc that i use before, maybe the latest version of laptop (Asus) might give such problem.
Another ASUS user, i have A7Jc Linux bt 184.108.40.206 i686 HD install, Genuine Intel(R) CPU T2400 @ 1.83GHz,100 gb HDD and it really makes ya learn cause nothing seems to work as easily or as smoothly as other people report it does, means ya gotta work a lot out for ya self.