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> Problem Installing Redhat 9.0, The CD boots but installer says its not
lukeskywalker
post Oct 12 2003, 11:23 PM
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The computer boots to the CD fine but after choosing my language/keyboard, I say to get the images (or whatever) from the CD and it says it can't find any CD.

Lots of people had this problem on another website but noone seemed to have an answer.
If anyone has a solution it would make me happy.

If not is there anyway to get the ISO image back from the CD? I tried one CD to ISO program but RedHat didn't like it.

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hughesjr
post Oct 13 2003, 09:45 AM
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when booting redhat 9.0, there is a check media option.

Have you tried checking the CDs using that option?


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lukeskywalker
post Oct 13 2003, 07:01 PM
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I did try the mediacheck option but it didn't complain about bad media.
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post Oct 14 2003, 10:33 AM
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try putting the cdrom in your DVD drive, i don't know why but this solved that problem for me.
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