Husse wrote:Just a thought
Do you try to have two Mint systems with mint4win at the same time?
There may be some conflict in the Windows startup files if you try that - I just guess, Windows has become something less familiar for me
I'll ask around
merlwiz79 wrote:You need to check the md5sum of the iso.
If it's ok and you have burned it to a dvd, copy the mint4win.exe to the same folder as the iso.
Then eject the cd and run the mint4win.exe.
If there is anything wrong with the iso mint4win will download a new one.
Make sure to select at least 6GB for the size.
Also make sure that windows shutdown correctly or Linux Mint won't be able to mount the partitions.
I have just install Linux mint 7 KDE CE on my pc and it installed fine.
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