I used up a LOT of my Internets on Thursday to download the 32 and 64 bit alternate-install ISO's...
I was totally looking forward to upgrading my netbook over the weekend!
But alas... no.
This is what I have done so far:
I checked the MD5's of the ISO's - they check out fine. I used two different USB creators, the one from Pendrivelinux and LiLi. The machine I'm creating the USB from is a Win7 x64 desktop. I've created the USB several times, and each time the problem is at a different place.
This is what happened:
At first it tried to mount the CD-ROM, and it won't let me continue even if I select "No" on the question should it remount the CD-ROM. This is a netbook - no CD-ROM. Then on the second attempt it complained about it not being able to find "/casper/vmlinuz" or something.
Like I said the MD5's check out, so that cannot be the problem? And after several attempts to create the USB it still persists...
Anyone have an idea what is going on?