Re: Do i have a bad iso image?
-------------- Original message from Wayne Ward : --------------
> > > I use jigdo-easy to download the iso
> > Good.
> > > The download was 650m and the tree...
> > There is a test for iso images ... does it
> > have the correct MD5SUM? ...
> > > Even though
> > > jigdo-easy seems to think(?) I have
> > > good download, do I?
> > If your iso has the correct MD5 ... you did
> > burn it as a image, yes? ... please post your
> > details ... motherboards with built-in video
> > are troublesome, etc.
> > Regards, Gordon
> My motherboard is an ECS elitegroup L7VMM3.
> How is this stopping me from booting from
> the cd I burnt?
> Thanks for taken the time to reply.
Howdy... by coincidence I also have an L7VMM3 ... came with
"Lindows" or "Linspire" ... I'll burn a woody boot disk and see
what happens here.
The next question is "which boot image doesn't boot"? Disk 1 has 4 or 5
boot images - do you mean the boot menu didn't appear? Does disk 2 or 3 boot?
Inexpensive motherboards are inexpensive because the manufacturer
skimps on the (expensive) compatibility testing. Alotta motherboards
have flakey ElTorito support. Motherboards with built-in video have
trouble with X-servers - seems like always.
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