Be a bit more specific please
MagnusB wrote:That sounds very much like a kernel panic, I am not sure why though, but my guess is a bad burn.
First thing first, you still have the original ISO? If so, download and install WinMD5Sum for Windows XP (it also works in Vista). Then use that to calculate the MD5Sum
1. Here is the path to the ISO, use the ... button to browse for the file.
2. Here you paste in 572a56ec165ef6ad8f785cc7f13a5a14 and after that press compare. If they are the same, it is a good ISO.
If the ISO is good, burn it to a CD at slow speeds, x4 preferably, but x8 is acceptable as well.
Not that the MD5sum I posted is for the Main edition, if you use a CE edition you need the corresponding MD5sum..
MagnusB wrote:CE is Community Edition (not to be confused with Ubuntu Christian Edition ) Then you have to download the ISO again, I would recommend using torrent, then you don't have to worry about the MD5Sum as the torrent client checks each part for hash values
grisbas wrote:Are there more things, that can cause that it is not loading
BakUp wrote:grisbas wrote:Are there more things, that can cause that it is not loading
Yes, it could be something as simple as the media you are using. I have found a media that very seldom fails me (almost never). And that happens to be:
If these are not available for you, try different brands of CD-R or DVD-RW. Maybe you can get one from a friend or purchase them, it may be worth the effort.
2. If you are burning a 700MB to a DVD it is no wonder you get errors, those are CD-R images. Only the KDE edition will require a DVD.
MagnusB wrote: I see absolutely no reason for using a DVD for a 700MB download...
MagnusB wrote:Ok, I need further information just to be sure.
1. What exactly are you downloading? Please, provide a link to the download page.
2. If you are burning a 700MB to a DVD it is no wonder you get errors, those are CD-R images. Only the KDE edition will require a DVD. And for some unknown reason the KDE edition has trouble booting at some computers. It might just be the fact that it is a DVD instead of a CD-R, maybe some mother boards disapproves of booting from DVD of religious conviction or other...
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