Are you trying to boot Linux on startup, or within Windows itself?
If your trying it in Windows, you'll need a special program.
If booting it on startup, put the CD in the drive, restart your computer and you will have to press a button on your keyboard to change what the computer boots from. (I have to press F8)
Then select CD and wait for Linux to start, if it freezes at the same spot while loading, then you're just unlucky like me, and you should try burning the XFCE Edition. That worked for me.
Tell me how it goes and I'll see if I can help anymore.