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Thread: Troubles installing 11.4

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    Default Troubles installing 11.4

    Hi all.

    Been having problems (actually, one problem) installing the i686 kde live cd. I had no worries installing 11.3, but now I'm getting the following error:
    Code:
    Loading KIWI Boot-System...
    -------------------------------------------
    Boot-Logging started on /dev/tty1(/dev/console) at Sun Mar 13 14:43:16 2011
    cat: /var/run/blogd.pid: No Such File Or Directory
    Boot-Logging enabled on /dev/tty3
    [       3.248004] Kernel logging enabled on: /dev/tty4
    [       4.326322] Waiting for USB device scan to complete......................
    [     23.827477] No devices matches MBR identifier: 0x4789db52 !
    [     23.829296] rebootException: error consoles at Alt-F3/F4
    [     23.886443] rebootException: Reboot in 120 sec
    This happens if I select the Live CD option, install option or the check installation medium(or something like that) option.

    Can anyone think of something?

    Thanks heaps.

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    This happens if I select the Live CD option, install option or the check installation medium(or something like that) option.

    Can anyone think of something?

    Thanks heaps.
    If I saw such a message I would first make sure ALL external USB keys, thumb drives and in general any external hard drives I am not installing openSUSE on to and do not want it added to my fstab file automatically during the installation.

    If that does not help, then surely you have thought about burning a new disk? Did the m5d number match when you burned the CD? When I made my first openSUSE 11.4 M6 DVD, I actually got a bad burn on the first try even though the downloaded image was OK, based on the m5d code. It is worth a try to check this out I would think.

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