Need help getting install to work
lproven at gmail.com
Thu Sep 27 16:54:05 UTC 2007
On 27/09/2007, Derek Broughton <news at pointerstop.ca> wrote:
> Liam Proven wrote:
> > On 27/09/2007, John Evans <evans62 at hotmail.com> wrote:
> >> Sorry if this is an easy question, but I am trying to install Ubuntu on
> >> my
> >> Windows PC.
> >> I downloaded Ubuntu 7.04 and did a CRC check on it before burning the
> >> .iso file to a CD.
> >> When it runs the autorun file off the CD from Windows, I choose the
> >> option
> >> "Check Disk Integrity". It told me it found 4 errors.
> >> Then when I reboot and it starts loading the kernel from the CD I get:
> >> hdc: error code: 0x70 sense_key: 0x03 asc: 0x02 ascq:0x00
> >> buffer I/O error on device hdc, logical block etc etc
> >> So then I tried downloading Ubuntu 6.06LTS. I basically get the 2nd line
> >> of what I show above.
> >> Obviously it's a hard disk problem, but not sure how to resolve.
> > You checked the CD, it had errors, then you use it anyway and it doesn't
> > work?
> > And you blame a different component?
> > /Eh?/
> LOL. I'll note though that I _have_ successfully installed from a CD with
> errors - the likelihood of success depends upon where the error is, and
> whether your particular install will ever need that part of the CD. If
> some particular package is corrupted, there's a good possibility that the
> install can continue. However, in this case, clearly it can't.
Actually, yes, that's true enough, and so have I. But even so, this
does seem to be missing the extremely obvious!
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