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    Default Installing the iso in VMWARE

    Hi everyone .. i am new here ..
    i am learning CEH ...
    so while i was trying to install BT 5 on vmware 9.0 it was trying the find the boot via network.
    i dont have any idea why it is happening ...

    here is the sreenshot .. just click on the image below

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    can anyone tell me .. what should i do now

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    Cool Re: Installing the iso in VMWARE

    Quote Originally Posted by ka1s3r View Post
    Hi everyone .. i am new here ..
    i am learning CEH ...
    so while i was trying to install BT 5 on vmware 9.0 it was trying the find the boot via network.
    i dont have any idea why it is happening ...

    here is the sreenshot .. just click on the image below

    Capture.JPG

    can anyone tell me .. what should i do now
    First of all, did you download the ISO image or the VMWare Image? If you downloaded the ISO image, then it seems like your VmWare machine is configured to boot from PXE and most probably the ISO image is not linked to the machine as a bootable device. But if you downloaded the VMWare Image, you probably configured your VM to use a *new* VMDisk Image instead of the one you downloaded. In either case, I personally prefer VirtualBox (https://www.virtualbox.org/) over VMWare.
    I would check the VM settings to see if the right images are associated with the VM you're using.

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