Alright I figured it out! YEAY
I got this from the unoffical fedora faq. http://fedora.artoo.net/faq
It seems to be a DMA issue. After some more research i noticed that the bulk of the issues arose from people using ide cdroms and scsi drives. I used the 'linux ide=nodma' switch and that is what worked for me!
here is the quote answer from the faq:
Q: What's wrong with my Intel D8xx (D845/D865/D875) motherboard or similar IDE controller (disk space error)?
A: Updated 13 Nov 2003 If you get an error message with the installer, you need to do linux allowcddma. The error message that some people get is: An error occurred transferring the install image to your hard drive. You are probably out of disk space.
If this solution doesn't work, try linux ide=nodma.
(Thanks to Neuberg Tor Erik, |Jef|, and StarHeart for this.)
This might be a good one to put into the fedora troubleshooting guide!
Thanks to everyone for their help!