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It seems that I can't install any OS on my system, Ubuntu, Mint, Fedora or Mac OSX except Windows, it just stuck on Ubuntu logo, or a little bit later and the same thing happened to Fedora and Mint.

I tried to install this on my laptop and it worked, so the disc isn't the problem. I tried to change to AHCI instead of IDE as suggested to me before but still no success.

PC specs:

  • ASUS P6T Deluxe
  • i7 940
  • 580 gtx
  • 12G
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Try running Ubuntu's Livecd with your drive disconnected. –  yinon Sep 11 '12 at 17:17
    
just tried.. no luck \= –  Paul Sep 11 '12 at 20:23
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I have met this problem when trying to install the 10.04 on an laptop. After changing the harddisk, the problem is gone. You could try.

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i actually changed my hdd not long ago, i can check another one i guess. the problem in my PC.. on the laptop it did just fine. you think this is the problem anyway? –  Paul Sep 11 '12 at 16:13
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Well, your haddrive is fine. I can't get why it failed, but, if you have two graphic cards, try the built-in one instead of the external one.

this is to make sure it's not a graphic problem.

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i was just thinking that, and then i realized i dont have internal one on my motherboard.. any other way to check it? –  Paul Sep 12 '12 at 17:07
    
Hey i just borrowd a graphic card from a friend and it seems to work on his card! he has a 480GT and i have 580GTX.. i just recentlly bought the card so i dont think there is a problem with it.. any suggestions? –  Paul Sep 12 '12 at 18:07
    
great, so, it does a graphic problem. your problam is common a bit. also I didn't saw a solution. –  yinon Sep 13 '12 at 14:47
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