Linux Console not booting, what to do?

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I downloaded Linux Console OS few days back and it was the latest version. It is still not updated. I used a DVD to burn the files of .iso files and tried to boot the OS as a live user. It says to press ALT+F2 button to start the console but when I press the buttons, I get a black screen and nothing after that. How can I boot the OS?

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Linux Console not booting, what to do?

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If you have another OS DVD use that DVD to install OS in your PC. If it works perfectly then there must be some issue with the DVD you have Linux Console OS installed. Burn the OS in a new DVD and then try if the problem is still persist. There may be some issue in the boot sector of your hard disk. If you found that using other DVD as well you are unable to boot the system then you may need to change the hard disk of your system. Be sure that you are booting your system from you DVD drive not from any USB device or any other default booting device. Go to the BIOS configuration screen and change the boot device priority so that it first try to boot from the DVD drive. To go to the BIOS configuration screen, press ‘Delete’ or ‘F1’ key when you switch on the system.

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