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No problems. I totally understand that you are trying to help so many people.

On the desktop, I let it run the whole night and it stayed at Uncompressing Linux... Ok, booting the kernel

When i ran it in my laptop it was fast (just few seconds) before it displayed the next steps.
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thanks for understanding...I have my own life to deal with right now...give me a chance to reread this whole thread an see what I can come up with...I will get back with you tomorrow....
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in your first post you said you had important data...so you need to unplug the computer from the wall..remove the hard drive and slave it to a working system and get the data off and backed up to another hard drive AND burned to dvd's as well...the more important the data the more copies you need...
I have no clue why puppy won't run in your system...never had this happen before...
if its a IDE drive with the ribbon style connector ...you will have to set the jumper on the back to slave before connecting to the working system...if its a SATA drive there is no jumper to have to deal with...

Edited by happyrock, 10 May 2009 - 10:33 AM.

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