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I had to format my HDD due to Windows 7 problems. I couldn't only re-install the Windows OS and I had to format my HDD and install both OSes again.

I successfully installed the W7 and when I came to install Ubuntu 11.10 I got stuck at "Choose a picture" screen. The "Continue" button is disabled and I cannot click it.

I take picture of my self - nothing. I select picture from the existing pictures - nothing.

Just the installation is blocked there.

The Ubuntu version I have is done with remastersys. I wanted to keep all my settings from my Ubuntu and install it with them.

Is it possible the remastersys version to make the installation stuck there?

I really want to install the OS with my current settings which I have in the installation from remastersys.

Ideas?

  • I forgot to say that I can boot the OS as live CD from the USB.
  • Here is a picture of what I have while trying something from the post you've linked. You can see how the Continue button is little bit different than the Back button. The same happens when I directly try to install the OS without booting it as Live CD.

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Is this your problem? askubuntu.com/questions/14168/… –  Jorge Castro Dec 5 '11 at 15:40
    
Something like that, but not exactly. I receive the problem at "Choose picture" screen. I cannot reach the screen with username and password. –  Ivan Dokov Dec 6 '11 at 14:17
    
Here is a picture of what I have while trying something from the post you've linked. link. You can see how the Continue button is little bit different than the Back button. The same happens when I directly try to install the OS without booting it as Live CD. –  Ivan Dokov Dec 6 '11 at 14:29
    
Have you resolved this issue yet? Or have filed a bug report or something? –  nitstorm Mar 1 '12 at 13:43
    
I think it was Remastersys problem. –  Ivan Dokov Mar 2 '12 at 13:15
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closed as too localized by jrg Mar 2 '12 at 19:30

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