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Old 9th February 2010, 12:17 AM
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Live CD Hangs not matter what boot options I choose

Ok, I know this has been asked a number of times, but i can not find a solution to it anywhere. I am trying to install 12 from a live cd. I get to the boot options menu and after I select boot, all i get is a flashing cursor. It wont go any further. I have tried "nomodeset" and text mode and no difference. I have also tried several different video cards, some quite old. If anybody has any ideas as to the problem it would be great. Is this possibly a board failure?
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