joeforsale wrote:I have burned two Mint OS disks and tested each one and they are fine. I have a new Asus M3N-HT Deluxe board, but I'm not sure if there is any issue there because the live cd runs fine
If the CD boots and runs correctly (live), there should be little reason why it won't boot and install, it is almost the same process
--but there might still be a problem with the burned image (*.iso) file, either try a RW CD, which can only burn at 4x, and will avoid having top add to your collection of CD toasters, or burn the *.iso file at slow speed, the usual suggestion is 4x..
I usually burn Linux *.iso files at max speed, but have had an occasional problem with Mint/ubuntu, until I set the burn as slow speed..http://discussions.hardwarecentral.com/ ... p?t=168539post # 3
Indicates the CD Rom is not the first boot device and there is no operating system on the hard drive.
Recheck the CD Rom drive cables.
--before doing that, make sure the cdrom is the first boot device, in your bios (boot order selections)