Wed, 06 Jun 2007 23:55:38 -0400
On Wed, 2007-06-06 at 23:49 -0400, rdrreed@xxxxxxx wrote:
> Thanks Chris,
> I have completed the check sum. I made the mistake of downloading the first
> disk from my work computer and it works on my work computer fine but not my
> primary computer at the house. So I needed to try to burn one from the
> house. I will explore other options.
> Mr. Reed,
> Ok well I'm assuming your burning the CD on Windows?
> Is you user account and Administrator or Limited?...You should be an
> administrator for most burning software.
> It's also very important that you burn the .ISO file directly to the
> CD...don't try to decompress it...it's a download and burn. (You may
> also want to confirm the checksum of the file that you downloaded with
> the what the site that you downloaded it from says the checksum should
> Finally, some burning software (and from what I can tell InfraRecorder
> is one of em) you can not burn CD images or .iso files. We use Nero OEM
> edition on Windows machines. Most Nero versions have an option for CD
> or DVD images or .iso files.
> If you have a Ubuntu or Kubuntu(you probably don't..that's why your
> trying to burn the cd of it..right!?) ...or any other version of
> Linux....especially KDE versions...the best program for this kind of
> thing....and by far the easiest is K3B. This program is standard for
> most KDE desktop Linux platforms like Kubuntu...but if you happen to
> have a GNOME desktop like Ubuntu you can search for it in Synaptic.
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If the disk worked on the work machine it should work on any computer.
Are you sure that the optical drive that you have in your home computer
is working ok? Do you have another to swap it with?
I did have an issue that was never resolved with SUSE Linux Enterprise
Desktop edition that reminds me of this. It would fail during the
installation...but it work on other computers. I check EVERYTHING and
nothing worked. The systems used an Intel 845 chipset....that chipset
works fine on most I've tested and I've test about 40 of them....along
with many other Intel chipsets with Linux....is your systems at home
running off an Intel 845 chipset by any chance?
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