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Yesterday I tried installing Ubuntu 11.04, so I started my pc with the Ubuntu 11.04 start CD. Unfortunately, during the starting process of the installer (after choosing install ubuntu from the start menue), the process seems to fail. After some print outs (e.g. permission denies), I get thrown to the busybox console.

I already tried:

  • Checked the checksum of the download
  • Burned the image on a different cd
  • Changed AHCI to IDE in the bios
  • Using the boot parameter all_generic_ide

Somebody got an idea whats wrong here?

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Can you start a live session ("Try out Ubuntu") from this CD? –  Takkat May 1 '11 at 15:17
    
no, same problem... –  showw May 1 '11 at 17:56
    
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I do have the same issue, i notice after reinstalling the ubuntu 11.04 and 10.10 side by side xp with password it doesnt work. But when i tried it again and removed the password on the xp login, it just worked. Hope this helps. But hope they would find solution on this.

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