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Old 20th October 2011, 05:48 AM
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So the Fedora Live CD just killed my PC

I just tried out the Fedore 15 Live CD that i just burned and apparently it killed my computer. It started to load, but stopped and the screen was black so I hit reset to cancel it out because I figured maybe it ws a bad disk.
Now when I try to boot my PC, it literally does nothing. It turns on, but nothing else and the screen just stays black. I even tried unplugging it and leaving it off for a few minutes but nothing will boot up. Kind of odd since I have two HDDs in there with two different OSes. I have nevr had his happen with a Live CD bfore.
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