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Old 07-25-2004, 03:36 PM   #1
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Fedora Core 2 DVD Problems

I started the download for Fedora Core 2 DVD last night, woke up this morning, and there it was, no problem so far. I went to go burn it (Nero 6, I'm in windows right now ) I get an error message saying that the block size does not correspond to the image length. My options are...

1) Ignore
2) Change block size to 2048
3) Change block size to 2352

I already tried 'Ignore.' The DVD booted, but failed the pre-install data check. So before I waste another DVD, should I change the block size (and to what?) or scrap the DVD .iso and go get the 4 CD .iso's
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did you do the checksum to see if the image you downloaded didn't get corrupted?


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