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    I finished downloading iDeneb 10.5.5 for the third time now and I get the same type of error every time I try to install it. It boots normally off of the DVD and lets me partition my hard drive and everything. unfortunately it tells me when I scan the disc or attempt to install that my disc is corrupted. After three downloads of iDeneb I don't think there is a problem with the file I'm trying to burn. The checksum in the file and the one k3b reports match. I'm running Linux right now so I've tried burning the disc with CD/DVD Creator, Brasero, and k3b. I've used the slowest burn speed that I could. Does anyone have any ideas? The iso is 4.3 GB and the DVD i'm burning it to is 4.4 GB. If you need any more information please ask. Thank you for any suggestions.
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    It can be the DVD Brand or something like that or ask a friend with the evil windows to burn it using Nero in slow speed, and btw you can skip the scan
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    I finally made a good DVD. The install seemed like it went well but when I booted it up for the first time it gets stuck on the apple loading screen. After about 5 minutes a white square with a red circle with a slash through it pops up and nothing else happens. Does anyone know what I should do? Thanks so much icchansan for your advice. I'm sorry for asking for so much help.

    *I booted into verbose mode and the error I get is IOPCCardBridge : Start Failed

    My hardware: Lenovo T60P
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    I did something stupid! I Forgot to change my computer's BIOS settings from Compatibility for windows to AHCI(I think that's the name). Everything is going smoothly now. Thanks for all of your advice.

 

 

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