Ubiquity crashes during install

Justin W. Hart justin.hart at yale.edu
Wed Aug 4 20:19:35 UTC 2010

I checked my bios settings and have no virus protection in my bios, but
appreciate the tip.


On Wed, Aug 4, 2010 at 3:59 PM, Ric Moore <wayward4now at gmail.com> wrote:

> >         I got a new hard drive and want to put a fresh install on it.
> >          Unfortunately, I can't because Ubiquity crashes.  It gets to
> >         the point where it says "copying new operating system files"
> >         and then goes boom.  Running it on the command line shows no
> >         error messages or logs that I can see either.
> Check your bios to insure that virus protection is set to "off". Your
> bios might think that a virus is attempting to access the boot track and
> disallow that. That is easy enough to check. Ric
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