When I “Check Installation Media” from the DVD booting menu, I got the following massage:
isolinux: Disk error 80, AX = 4280, drive 9F
I’ve download 4.33GB (Size on disk: 4 652 953 600 bytes)
openSUSE-11.2-DVD-x86_64-iso (default pack) from here via the official bit torrent link twice. Burn it on two different DVD disks with two different OSs (Vista and 7 x64) and situation is always the same…
DualCore Intel Core 2 Duo E4500 2200 MHz
4X2GB Apacer DDR2-800
NVIDIA GeForce 8600 GT
LCD Tablet - Wacom Cintiq 21UX DTZ
Plextor PX-820A DVD Combo
Hitachi - 1TB External USB Device
Seagate - 120GB ATA Device
W.Digital - 250GB ATA Device
OSs: Windows Vista & 7 Ultimate x64
Boot loader: Vista
You never need to download something twice with bittorrent. Just re-check it in the torrent client.
The md5sum for the .iso you have is
Check this for help
NEW Users - Suse-11.2 Pre-installation – PLEASE READ - openSUSE Forums
Use Quality Media
I forgot to tell you that re-check option in the torrent client was done and it was OK.
The md5sum is for smart enough to understand what they read
Yes “Burn Slow” is preferable for me to.
Now…What I done to resolve my problem:
First two unhappy try I’ve used old but working RW-DVDs and burn them with Magic ISO
Now the third time I’ve used another RW-DVD (third rewriting) and burn it with Ashampoo.
Now everything was perfect and I wrote this from my new openSUSE.
So the problem was in first two media (DVDs)
Welcome to openSUSE:)