no, read around. use the search button. people have already talked about this. push the search button. type "linux" and "3790" and click "go." Then you will be on your way to enlightenment.
Maybe the iso's are corrupt. Are they .iso or something else? .bin does not cooperate. try a program called Bin2ISO to convert them to .iso . THen get Daemon Tools Virtual Daemon Manager.
Oh, and congrats on making the "noob of the week" thread!