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I haven't run Memtest 86 (fully) yet or the MD5 sum yet but I've read the forum and seems like neither helps. The problems was that I was using a rewritable CD (only those were handy). Watching order for the Dan Brown films? Even the CD iso burnt on a normal DVD works fine. Source
I'm installing on an Acer Aspire One netbook. i want to install ubuntu no matter what but it gives me this error. If you accept cookies from this site, you will only be shown this dialog once!You can press escape or click on the X to close this box. Any other ideas? http://askubuntu.com/questions/5996/unable-to-mount-dev-loop0-during-install
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Lastly, I desperately fetch the ISO into VirtualBox to check and it was just the same error. But I think it's unnecessary and would be just waste/ Btw, I checked the MD5 sum and got match one. I've never had issues with my Dell inspiron e1505 before with any version of Ubuntu (other than the broadcom wireless which I had switched in the past for an intel wireless E Cheddar (echeddar) wrote on 2011-04-12: #47 I was having the same error with unetbootin, and oddly enough, fixed it by reformatting my flash drive.
BIOS is set to AHCI for SATA ports. I'll also try burning on a standard (non re-writeable CD) and maybe also burning using a Windows box. Ple...Will a 8GB ram for Dell 3537 with i5 6GB RAM installed do any good?How is the performance of Dell Inspiron 15 3543 (with i5 5th gen, 8GB RAM, 500GB HDD, I'm having some difficulties with Gnome 3 but it's good because is a way of learning something new.
Edit bug mail Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else Related questions ubiquity in Ubuntu: 64 bit CD/DVD installation problem Bug attachments casper log (cf https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DebuggingCasper) (edit) cf https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DebuggingCasper (edit) Add attachment Nicolas Breton (nibr) wrote on 2010-10-12: #10 Ohh, I forgot, yes I've checked the MD5 checksums on the iso:s Cruster (panoskoutsias) wrote on 2010-10-12: #11 I confirm that the problem is I had previously formatted with the default settings using quick format in windows 7. I doubt it is the disk type though.
Removed all accessories on laptop (Dell D830 that runs 10.04) Somebody suggested I download the DVD version instead, but that's heavy bandwidth for me http://mirror.mcs.anl.gov/pub/ubuntu-iso/DVDs/ubuntu/10.10/release/ Domar (domar) wrote on 2010-10-11: #7 https://www.quora.com/How-do-I-get-rid-of-the-error-can-not-mount-dev-loop0-cdrom-casper-filesystem-squashfs-on-filesystem-squashfs-while-installing-ubuntu-pc-specs-i5-8GB-ram-1TB-HDD-model-DELL-Inspiron-5558 That fixed this for me. Add tags Tag help Thomas Schake (ubuntuusers) wrote on 2016-03-24: #1 Download full text (3.7 KiB) I had a similiar problem, here my solution: --- Package: casper Version: 1.340.2 Effect: filesystem.squashfs Should I Go for it or avoid it?I'm looking at buying the Dell Inspiron 5559 core i7 with 8GB RAM, 4GB AMD Radeon, 1TB HDD for programming and playing games.
The internal DVD/CD fails. this contact form Only Ubuntu Desktop failed. - I disabled Secure Boot. - I tried several programs to generate the pendrive (Live USB Creator from Fedora & Rufus). (I've also tried uNetBootin & Yumi Jouva Moufette (jouva) wrote on 2010-11-26: #34 I'm going to throw in my 0.025 USD here: When attempting to use the .iso in Universal USB Installer, it extracts all files from I then burned the image onto a CD-R using ISO Image Burner, and tried to use the CD as the install source.
- Attachments: casper.log and dmesg output Bruno Desthuilliers (bruno-desthuilliers) wrote on 2011-04-10: #45 cf https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DebuggingCasper Edit (94.5 KiB, text/plain) and here comes the dmesg output Joe Millenbach (jmillenbach) wrote on 2011-04-11: #46
- The mount operation is performed with type "iso9660" instead "udf".
- Originally Posted by oldfred Another alternative if you want UEFI only.
- I'm sick of wasting my time with this bug.
- The USB key was formatted before writing the ISO image.
- Thank you.
- really frustrating i cant get the windowsa working on my machine nor i cant get the ubuntu installed –user10327 Feb 6 '11 at 21:50 add a comment| 3 Answers 3 active
- Yes all checksums are fine.
- I checked the MD5SUM and all of them were OK.
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So far, I haven't been able to get any success. A few momentos ago, I created a new UEFI bootable flash drive with this Ubuntu and another one with MKUSB in my Gnome and the same error occurred. (3) Yes, I dbclinton (dbclin) wrote on 2010-11-21: #32 And here are my two cents: I've tried to install the 10.10 desktop i386 iso (md5 checked out fine) on a Compaq Evo desktop using
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One of them is as shown in this thread. I downloaded ubuntu-10.10-desktop-i386.iso from ubuntu.com on 10/19/2010. 2. I am re-burning the cd to see if it is a burning problem. I also tried 3 different flash drives (including a brand new one from Kingston) and I tested other flavours with the same flash drive.
This solved the problem. If this is a bug and who ever needs more info I am glad to do so. MD5 checksums match. Check This Out Harrison See original description Add tags Tag help Harrison (harrbis) on 2010-09-13 description: updated Monkey (monkey-libre) wrote on 2010-09-13: #1 Thank you for taking the time to report this bug and
I then used the recommended Universal USB Installer to attempt a USB drive installation. I checked the disc for defects and no errors were reported. will try it tomorrow. Decided to give 10.10 a try, but get the same error as everyone else after the first screen comes up.
Paven (lunchpad-com) wrote on 2010-10-16: #15 I have the same problem with my noname pc- with a assus motheboard, amd processor.