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    robjay666
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    Hi I'm VERY new to backtrack but everytime i boot off cd it runs for 5 mins or so and then displays the 'critical temperature reached 80c' error and shuts down!! someone please help as im really just beginning to learn linux and backtrack and everytime i think im getting somewhere this happens, GRRR. Thanks in advance.

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    1. I'm guessing that this isn't a BackTrack issue, it sounds more like a hardware issue.

    2. You're trying to crack your neighbour's AP? Doesn't sound like something you're going to get a lot of help with here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by robjay666 View Post
    Hi I'm VERY new to backtrack im trying to crack my neighbours wpa wifi...
    If this is your goal I guess it is a good thing that you are unable to get BT3 working.
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    obviously your computer is overheating.
    and obviously you havn't noticed that u shouldnt announce that u are tryin to crack your neighbors wifi.

    dont get discouraged, its just a lil FYI for ya

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    Quote Originally Posted by robjay666 View Post
    Hi I'm VERY new to backtrack but everytime i boot off cd it runs for 5 mins or so and then displays the 'critical temperature reached 80c' error and shuts down!! someone please help as im really just beginning to learn linux and backtrack and everytime i think im getting somewhere this happens, GRRR. Thanks in advance.
    Sorry everyone that was silly of me!!!!!!! I did not realise that was bad

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    Quote Originally Posted by robjay666 View Post
    Sorry everyone that was silly of me!!!!!!! I did not realise that was bad
    You didn't realize that stealing from your neighbor was bad?

    Folks, in the future, when you see a Luser post such things, quote the entire message right away, so that the Luser OP cannot edit their original post to remove the offending material.
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    Doesn't matter I got the point. I guess none of the people that saw it know how to report a post either. How disappointing.

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