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    Yeh check the checksums for the iso if there ok then create a boot floopy using rawrite i belive its in /tools/dos and the images are in /images

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    help reply

    I've spent the whole night trying to figure this problem out, looks like i'm shooting nothing but blank.
    I tried everything you guys advice me to do, but I don't have any result.

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    try to re-burn the first redhat .ISO file.

    Dont do this via drag and drop in windows explorer, but actually use your burning software to burn as an image.

    Jason

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    Re: reply help

    Quote Originally Posted by murschil
    yes it does boot up from a windows cd
    Is it a manufacturer's disc, or one that you also burnt?

    Can you confirm the drive can read burnt discs?
    \"Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler.\"
    Albert Einstein

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    help reply

    thank u
    I'll try that.

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    Reply help

    Ok guys i finally have the installation of redhat 9.0 done on laptop, but i'm still having with it.
    Now it does want to boot up.
    on the boot process the system is completly froze.

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