[xubuntu-users] Unable to installl xubuntu 9.10

Charlie Kravetz cjk at teamcharliesangels.com
Wed Jun 9 14:17:04 UTC 2010


On 06/08/2010 06:15 PM, inbredredneck wrote:
> Didn't seem likely that both CDs would be bad, but I guess it's possible. I'll wait a bit and see there're any more answers. Thanks for your help.
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>    It does sound like it could be a bad copy. You should report it to On-Disk and request a replacement. Or see if you can burn a new CD yourself (or have someone with a fast internet connection and a nice new machine do it for you). Another possibility is that your old CD-ROM drive may be in need of repair, but I would check out the least expensive things to rule out first.
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>    Let us know how it works out though. And perhaps a more knowledgeable subscriber will chime in with some other suggestions.
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>    Sorry for your trouble,
>    Robin
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If both cd's show the same file bad, you should notify On-Disk, since it 
is very likely they are shipping a bad burn and don't know it. The 
possibility of two disks giving the same bad file on a bad drive is 
unlikely.


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