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When i want to burn the whax .iso file. I get this error message in Nero: "The entered block size does not correspond to the image length. The block size ...
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    Whax Live Cd Problem (Blocksize?!?)


    When i want to burn the whax .iso file. I get this error message in Nero:

    "The entered block size does not correspond to the image length. The block size may be wrong. Do you want to correct this?"

    So i choose ignore and proceeded with burning...

    Now when i wanted to boot the live Cd. It just freezes on the 1st line. Which says:

    "Iso Linux Whax blablabla" and then it just stops....

    Do you think those to things are related?

    And i use the write option not the finalize option....

    I hope somebody knows how i can solve this

    Thanks

    -Mortex

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    On the site you downloaded whax.iso, there should be a mention of the "md5sum" for this CD.

    Verify that the md5sum for the iso you downloaded is the right one.

    Google around for more...
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    Quote Originally Posted by antidrugue
    On the site you downloaded whax.iso, there should be a mention of the "md5sum" for this CD.

    Verify that the md5sum for the iso you downloaded is the right one.

    Google around for more...
    Ok i got the md5sum i believe ( MD5sum : 530206990906232030474b50bbe09f8d )

    This sounds stupid but how can i verify it with my .iso file?

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    Code:
    md5sum file.iso
    will calculate the md5sum of the file. You can then compare it the to "real" md5sum you got from the internet. The 2 should match.

    Code:
    man md5sum
    for more info.
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