Invalid argument can not mount

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http://www.backtrack-linux.org – Hello So I've recently attempted to run/install Backtrack on my Asus G74SX laptop and I'll tell you it's been one hell of a journey for the past two days. So far I've tried to boot BT5 two different ways: USB using unetbootin, and live cd. Both ways have failed with "invalid argument can not mount /dev/loop0 As far as the USB goes, I initially downloaded BT5 32 bit (even though I have a computer capable of 64 bit) from your website. Formatted my 8GB USB drive to FAT32 in windows NOT using quick format. Then used unetbootin and the ISO i downloaded to make the drive bootable. List (HowTos)