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    Question Problem Inserting module

    How do you insert a module into Bt3?

    I downloaded EZ-pawn but when i double click i get a error message and a horrable sound^^ It says "error when inserting module to system"

    i boot from a cd atm.(im to lazy)

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    Quote Originally Posted by n00b_h4xx0r View Post
    How do you insert a module into Bt3?

    I downloaded EZ-pawn but when i double click i get a error message and a horrable sound^^ It says "error when inserting module to system"

    i boot from a cd atm.(im to lazy)
    I'm fairly certain if you re-read your post, the answer will reveal itself. Pay attention to what I guess you'd consider your last sentence.
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    so i need to do this from a hdd install...thats what i tought...im just lazy. my computer crashed after installing bt2...twice. so ill give it a shot again, thnx m8

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    Quote Originally Posted by n00b_h4xx0r View Post
    I downloaded EZ-pawn but when i double click i get a error message
    (normal)

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    Quote Originally Posted by n00b_h4xx0r View Post
    How do you insert a module into Bt3?

    I downloaded EZ-pawn but when i double click i get a error message and a horrable sound^^ It says "error when inserting module to system"

    i boot from a cd atm.(im to lazy)
    It will work perfectly from the command line.
    The answer can easily be found in the forum and on the wiki, as it has been covered quite thoroughly in both places.
    Being lazy is not going to get you very far in linux, pentesting or security.

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