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    Overclockix install problem

    I downloaded Overclockix, burned it to a cd, placed the cd in the rom-drive, booted to cd, and got message "No bootable cd found, and it defaulted to a drive. Downloaded Overclcokix again, burned it to a new cd, decreased oc speed, made the cd PI0, and got same message. Any suggestions???

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    Have you burned iso files before?

    There's a certain way to do it. You need to burn an image of the iso. What CD rercording software did you use?

    What version of Overclockix did you download?
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    1. Downloaded Bittorent for windows.

    2. Click the Overclockix 3.4 link, then right-click the BT link to the iso and choose save as, then open the file you DL'ed and BitTorrent should do the rest. (windows BT client instructions)

    3. Started NTI CD-Maker, and burned to cd.

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    If all you see when you browse the CD is the .iso file, then you burned it incorrectly. There should be a bunch of files and a couple of folders.

    I'm not familiar with that software, but you need to look for an option to burn an image.
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    Ok, will look under the burn software and burn iso as an image, later tonight.

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