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hi all when i boot cd of slackware 12 i hit enter in boot : Code: loading /kernels/hugesmp.s/bzimage when the initrd.img loading give me message iso linux : Disk error ...
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    Smile Slackware 12 boot installtion


    hi all

    when i boot cd of slackware 12 i hit enter in boot :
    Code:
    loading /kernels/hugesmp.s/bzimage
    when the initrd.img loading
    give me message
    iso linux : Disk error 80 , AX = 4280 , drive 9F
    boot failed press any key to Rety

    what is the solution?
    sorry for my bad language
    thnx

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    This is a BIOS-Failure if I recall correctly.
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    Welcome to the forums!

    Yes, it could be a BIOS failure. But my bet is that you have a bad burn. Did you check the md5 checksum?
    Can you get other distro's to boot from CD?
    Can't tell an OS by it's GUI

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    Quote Originally Posted by RobinVossen View Post
    This is a BIOS-Failure if I recall correctly.
    Quote Originally Posted by Freston View Post
    Welcome to the forums!

    Yes, it could be a BIOS failure. But my bet is that you have a bad burn. Did you check the md5 checksum?
    Can you get other distro's to boot from CD?
    hi robin and freston
    yes i checked the md5 sum and i can get other disro's boot from cd

    my BIOS setting cdrom first boot and hard seconde boot
    Once the times i make cdrom first boot and second boot
    the cd Worked !!
    this time Didn't want to work

    thnx again ،،

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    Well, sorry but if its a BIOS-Failure you just cant run the Live-BootScripts they use.
    You'll need to boot into a Small System using a Floppy-Drive and then start the Slackware CD
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