install ubuntu linux when come to preparing restricted drivers, buffer i/o error on h
This is a XP SP2 notebook, Evo N1000V with 256MB RAM, 10GB hard disk with two partition, C with 2GB (600MB empty), E with 8GB (5GB empty.
When insert bootable Ubuntu Linux 6.x CD, when come to
preparing restricted drivers....
[4294810.124000] Buffer I/O error on device hdc, logical block 11705
[4294811.057000] VFS: brelse; trying to free free buffer
[4294811.064000] SQUASHFS error: sb.bread failed reading block 0x4f09
[4294811.064000] SQUASHFS error: Unable to read page, block 13bcab0, size 5993
stop here.... (hang) if type Ctrl-A sign appears
Please advise how to proceed installation.
CD problem...RAM problem...buffer problem...or not enough disk space.
Are you installing or just booting the cd? Could be that the cd or iso file is bad or your ram or cd-rom drive is not functioning well. When you boot the cd you can do a integrity check of the cd. Also in the menu is "memtest", takes a couple of hours (I'd do this over night).
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