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I am using HP G60 214EM AMD athlon 64 X2 QL-62 250GB TOSHIBA SCSI2 3 GB RAM
ubuntu 9.10 halts at exactly 38% with Errno 5 (tried installing from USB/CD/SD CARD/USB HDD)
ORACLE ENTERPRISE LINUX 4 and Open SUSe 10.2 cannot find repository (The same DVD from which it boots, doesnt run live comes to manual setup becuase cannot find repository)
FEDORA 11 just shuts down laptop abruptly everytime during installation/filecopy (installing from DVD)
UBUNTU 6.10 "cannot start tty" (installing from CD)
I have downloaded the 64 Bit VERSION.. Could it be that the image I downloaded was corrupt? and all the other DVDs and CDs I purchased were also faulty?
The image did burn successfully on the CD and even on the SD card!
I copied the burned ISO image from the CD/USB HDD to my hard drive but it wont boot from the hard drive
tried various safe mode boot options NO ACPIs etc.. tried removing RAM Modules etc. the same errors at the same points from all the installation mediums
The Ubuntu 9.10 LIVE CD runs perfectly normal from CD/SD CARD/USB but i cannot install it to my hard drive.. currently I am using the SD card LIVE CD as i have no other operating system on my hard drive
please help!!!! this has been continuously going on since a week.. and I am not budging until this is fixed I cannot go back to windows..
There may be setting...I don't have your hardware...but I have read of similar bios issues.......
where you configure your hard drive to be ide mode
and maybe your optical drive has some settings as well?
A friend has a lappy like that, he runs Puppy Linux right off the livecd, no problems. But, Never did try a full install on that machine. Not much help, but.. the live CD is quite "lively" on that box.