Hello everyone. I looked to see if anyone had had a similar problem and couldn't find another case that matched, so here is my problem. I recently built a new computer and want to dual boot Linux Mint Debian and Windows 7. I've got Windows 7 installed and have some unallocated space (16 gigs) on my SSD to install LMDE. I don't have a properly working CD/DVD drive so I have installed the LMDE live boot (64 bit with MATE and Cinnamon) onto a USB drive using the Universal USB Installer from pendrivelinux.com
It boots up fine, and I can use firefox and other programs in the live boot without trouble, however when I double click on "Install Linux Mint" nothing happens except for a message popping up saying that it is bypassing the need for permission (something along those lines).
I don't really know where to go from here, but I'd really like to have LMDE as my second OS.
Intel i5 3570k
8 gigs ram (g.skill ripjaw 1333)
Crucial m4 64gb SSD as booting HD