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    Default Acer aspire one, & backtrack

    Hey,

    I recently purchased an acer aspire one AOA150 netbook and got to work installing XP PRO, worked no problem but.. then i tried backtrack 3, can i get it to work? no!

    I booted it from USB and successfully cracked my WEP *cough* as a test run, all is OK so i then attempted a harddrive install, fail.

    After an hour or so trying to do it manually in the end it was there but i cannot scan for networks, which wireless do i use?

    - ath0
    - wifi0

    Any good guides on dual booting XP and BT3?

    Much appreciated, Mark.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkW7 View Post
    Hey,
    I recently purchased an acer aspire one AOA150 netbook and got to work installing XP PRO, worked no problem but.. then i tried backtrack 3, can i get it to work? no!
    I booted it from USB and successfully cracked my WEP *cough* as a test run, all is OK so i then attempted a harddrive install, fail.
    After an hour or so trying to do it manually in the end it was there but i cannot scan for networks, which wireless do i use?
    ath0
    - wifi0
    Any good guides on dual booting XP and BT3?
    Much appreciated, Mark.
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