What do you mean live data?
I downloaded BackTrack, burn it on a CD-RW and then I tried to run the live CD on a FireWire DVD-RW drive (give with the laptop), it occurs that the hardware is detected but he cannot find where the LiveData are, so I wonder if you could tell me what boot parameters I could use to make it work
I have this:
starting Linux Live scripts <hxxp://xxx.linux-live.org/>
* 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 IDEA/SATA harddisk, for example to /mnt/sda1/ in Linux or C:\ in Windows. Then boot again.
Did you burn it as an ISO?
Also, use a program like PowerISO and look back into your ISO. There should be two directories: boot and BT.
Is it BT or bt when you see it? If it is bt then you will get the error message you have. When you boot, the PC looks for BT but can not find it if the directory is named bt.
EDIT: I checked nearly all cheats and noone worked
I used BT for some time now, but with my new machine I have the exact same issue with BT 2 final.
- i checked the md5
- i burned the iso multiple times at slowest speed with no varying results
- i tried all the cheatcodes listed in the wiki
- the cd works without any problems on my laptop