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Description of problem:
I have tried CDs (from two locations), DVDs (from two locations) and FTP from only one location.
I am running out of patience and DVDs (good thing they make RW DVDs).
This computer did have a previous distribution of Linux (Xandros). It worked well. I was hoping it would get better. :(
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Begin install process - have tried CD, DVD, and ftp install
3.Last chance to make changes - go ahead and install
4.Wait - at the end of install -
Actual Results: I get exception error
Expected Results: I should be able to boot up and enjoy the Linux world.
Created attachment 118199 [details]
Could you enter "memtest86" at the boot prompt on the CD to run a memory test
program? Let it run for multiple cycles and post your results.
I have allowed the test to run over an hour (1:14 and a few seconds). Four (4)
passes 0 (ZERO) errors.
I chose to allow Linux choose the partitions and their sizes.
I tried a motherboard IDE SCSI controler and have changed to an standard IDE
controler. No differance.
P4 (0.18) 1694 Mhz
L1 Cache: 8K 13883MB/s
L2 Cache: 256K 9205MB/s
Memory 512M 1141MB/s
Chipset: Intel i850 (ECC:Disabled)/FSB:99MHz
FYI - I went through the Media check on the DVDs and CDs (last set of each) -
Media checks good
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 139146 ***