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Re: Dell Mini-9 issues
Burn as SLOWLY as you are allowed. Even 1x if you can. It will give a better
image on the CD and will reduce errors by jitter and such. Using a USB
device alleviates the need for moving CDs and such (assuming you can boot
USB). If not definately burn slow, try another brand if you still get issues
and try not to use CDRWs.
On Mon, Jul 5, 2010 at 12:18 AM, Bob Trevithick <bob.trevithick@xxxxxxxxx>wrote:
> @Phill: Thanks.. the 95% bug I should have looked up! If I can ever
> burn a CD (see below) I'll try the install with ethernet unplugged. :)
> @Andy: Okay, this is weird. I did check the md5sum of the ISO I
> downloaded, but I did *not* check the CD I burned.. and I should have.
> I've now made three coasters, four counting the original one, and no
> matter what system I use to burn the CD, the file boot.cat comes out
> with the wrong md5. It's the only error on the CD. Neither Brasero
> nor Xfburn can put this image on a CD without screwing up that one
> file. And neither one warns me of the error. I wonder why it's
> always the same file?
> Anyway, my apologies.. I should have checked the CD as well as the
> ISO, obviously! There's something I won't forget to do ever again. :)
> Now if I can just get it to burn accurately, just once, I can start
> over and hopefully things will work better.
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