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Old 06-18-2004, 08:33 AM   #1
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Fedora Core 2 and 2003 w/Dynamic disks into Raid

I have a P3 1gig setup wth 2003 Server and want to dual boot Fedora.Well every time I try to install I get the same errors.A crc error and image found at block (72,73) cannot mount root.The CDs are fine I ran Md5sum and reburned still same problem.I tried a few additions to the kernel from the install menu with no help.The only thing I can think of is my boot drive is 10gig udma100 IDE and my storage is 2 18gig Scsis setup as Windows dyanmic disks made into 1 soft Raid volume but the card they are on has no bios.Any ideas at all would be appreciated.


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