Tag Info

New answers tagged

2

No, it doesn't matter on what computer you create the bootstick on. The stick can then be booted from basically any computer with support for the installed architecture. Example: If you download the 64bit ISO for a 64bit computer, on a 32bit computer, you can create the bootstick from on this 32bit machine. However, you can't boot Ubuntu on this machine, ...


1

Download this file I've made for you: wget http://artinvoice.hu/FreeDOS-1.1-memstick-2-256M.img After that take a pendrive bigger or equal to 256Mb, and use dd to transfer the image to the pendrive. Be careful, it will destroy all your data on the pendrive, afterwards you have to repartiton it! The command is: dd if=FreeDOS-1.1-memstick-2-256M.img ...


0

MPlayer cannot open ISO files (which are image files of a physical media). What you need to do, is mount the .iso file on your system, so the "drive" becomes avaiable. You can mount the file by right clicking on it choose "Open With" -> "Diskmounting Tool" (or something like that, I don't run an english version, so can't tell you for certain). This should ...


1

The USB live was no good because every downloaded ISO was no good due to defective RAM in the machine used to download the ISO and create the live USB. After downloading a new ISO on a different machine and creating the live USB on that machine I was able to install Ubuntu to HDD on the broken Toshiba. I Learned an important lesson about MD5sum hash check ...


0

It turns out that the working laptop used to download ISO files and create the Live USB thumb drives has bad ram. This more than likely has been the cause of all ISO files failing MD5sum checks and subsequent live USB failing to install to HDD. Thank you to everyone that helped me with this issue.


0

Possible duplicate of "errno 5 - input/output error" when trying to install. You're getting an Input/Output error and so you probably just have some bad sectors on your HDD. I recommend you take a look at How to install Ubuntu on a hard drive with bad blocks? If you don't mind deleting all data on the HDD, you could try using gparted to partition ...


0

You need to run the onboard Raid controller in ACHI mode (BIOS setting), as there are no released RAID drivers for 14.04 (just some in development ones that are not frequently updated). Downside of this, is if you need Raid, you will have to install a separate controller card or use software Raid. For more details , see my answer: ...


1

It is very possible that you have defective RAM on that machine. The behaviour of faulty desktop RAM in unexplainable. You should download any linux image with memtest86+ on it and run the test.


0

poweriso convert /home/sam/Final Fantasy VIII Disc 1.cue -o /home/sam/Final Fantasy VIII Disc 1.iso -ot iso All I get when I put this in is: Unrecognized parameter: Fantasy This is a typical error message: you need to tell the program that the spaces and other possibly contained special characters are not the beginning of a new parameter but the ...


2

You must create a bootable usb stick with imagen.iso. For this task, you can use this program: http://www.pendrivelinux.com/downloads/Universal-USB-Installer/Universal-USB-Installer-1.9.5.6.exe This program, as stated on their site: http://www.pendrivelinux.com/universal-usb-installer-easy-as-1-2-3/ Demand: USB stick Fat16/Fat32/NTFS formatted ...


0

Wrong paths You may have typed /wrong/path/to/filename.ext instead of /correct/path/to/filename.ext!



Top 50 recent answers are included