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I burned them to CD on my XP Pro box using Nero 6.
I put FC_1 i386 in the new computer listed above. It runs through the boot then it pops up to the "how you want to install screen."
I tried to basic install.
I tried the text install.
I tried the noprobe install.
I tried the linux askmethod install.
But all for ways come to the point where, there is a blue screen with the Alt/Tab, Space, F12 options at the bottom and the Installing Fedora Core 1 at the top.
Granted, this is a fresh installation, the computer had nothing on it before prior to the installation. The computer has done nothing that I can see. Last night I started the install and the CD sat there spinning for 12 hours.
Currently, I am running the memtest86, I know the Memory is in good working order but it is better then the blue screen with the 3 options that do not work.
OH BTW, I have 3 different sets of CD's from ISO's, I got 1 set from my company, 1 set my friend, and 1 set I burned myself.
Try formatting your HD in Fat32 or NTFS then reboot with the Fedora Core 1 cd. Let it automatically partition and choose "remove all partitions on this system". I've noticed that alot of installs hang when installing on a raw HD.
Well, I install the Harddrive Makers Disk Utility to 2 Floppy Disks. I ran the utility but the utility install a Windows NT System File. So with the same utility, I ran the Zero Fill Wizard, basicallly Erased the whole disk. Then I formatted with the NFS base Partition of all 40GB.
I shutdown the computer for a few minutes.
Booted the computer with the Fedora Core 1 boot CD, KA-BAAM it started the install.
Now after some sleep, Fedora Server is still running like a gem.
My only problem now is, I should find a workbook or something because I do not know what to do next, but until then, I am going to play and see what I can find.