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  1. #11
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    May 2004
    arch linux

    Quote Originally Posted by Hellomoto121 View Post
    It works. So it's a problem with the CD I made.
    Check this HowTo for making sure you download the iso file, burn it to disk as an image, and boot the installation CD properly:

  2. #12
    Hey guys, thanks for the help.

    I managed to install Ubuntu - all I had to do was use a slower burning speed.

    However, I managed to reformat C:\ drive by accident, with my internet driver on it. I had no internet for a week, and I lost what I didn't back up. I now have my computer up and running again, which is good. It's installing updates now.

    Thanks again guys. It was great for all of you to help me out. I still have Ubuntu, so I'll be using it for work from now on.

  3. #13
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    Apr 2006
    Glad you got it sorted. A bad burn can cause all kinds of quirky problems. I'm going to mark this as solved. In the future, you can do so by clicking the thread tools link at the top of this thread.
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