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I cannot install Mythbuntu 12.04.2 64bit.

I have downloaded the image and burnt it to CD, however my computer does not see it as bootable.

Much like the problem presented with this post "Unable to boot from installation disc"

I tried putting the image on USB (via and booting it from the USB drive, however the boot menu does not show the Mythbuntu OS as a bootable option.

My computer will boot windows 7 and Ubuntu OS versions from the CD-Rom without problems and I have selected the correct drive to boot from via f12 each time.

I have tried a earlier version of Mythbuntu 10.01 downloaded via torrents and had the same problems. I have even tried installing the 32 bit version.

My hardware are the folloing:

  • motherboard is a Gigabyte ga-p55a-ud3r
  • Graphic card Sapphire ATI HD 5450
  • RAM 4GB
  • hard drive 1.5TB Western Digital greenpower;
  • Proccessor intel i5 760;
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how are you burning the image , i mean what are you using to burn it to cd – sosytee Sep 6 '13 at 5:04
Make sure that you are creating the disk properly. Carefully follow the instructions here: – Elder Geek Jun 17 '14 at 22:46

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