To formerly get this tad of information out of the way, the information below is my computer's statistics.

Computer Model: Acer ASPIRE ONE D255E
Current Operating System: Ubuntu 10.04 LTS
Central Processing Unit: Intel(R) Atom(TM) N450 (1.66GHz, 512KB cache)
Random Access Memory: 1GB
Battery: 3-cell Lithium Ion Battery
Storage Space: 160 GB HDD

Alright, so now you can not state you are under-informed...

I am having problems installing Backtrack 4 (final). As of this moment, I have attempted to install Backtrack 4 (final) using the Live USB boot method. However, upon starting my machine, a message appeared stating thusly: "Unknown keyword in syslinux.cfg". So I tryed again using the same method, but instead with Backtrack 3 being the .ISO file being written upon the USB drive. The USB drive is a Sandisk 4GB. But this time all I get is a completely blank screen minus a small '_' blinking in the upper left part of my screen upon attempting to boot from the USB drive.

Good Day,