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    Exclamation Install Failed - The source media you are installing from is damaged.

    I'm pretty sure it's not my setup disk.

    I'm using iAtkos, I can't remember which version, but it's the latest version.

    Basically I can boot up the DVD from my laptop all good, all the way to the beginning of the actual copying of the Leopard files to my HDD.

    After skipping the initial disk consistency verification, the loading bar gets to about ~60-70% quite quickly, then throws up the Install Failed screen telling me that the source media I'm installing from is damaged.

    Again, I'm pretty sure it's not my disk.

    Any other ideas?
    I haven't done anything to my BIOS configuration, and I don't type in anything in the Debian console thing when the disk boots up, I just press any button to continue with the setup.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Tonyy View Post
    I'm pretty sure it's not my setup disk.

    I'm using iAtkos, I can't remember which version, but it's the latest version.

    Basically I can boot up the DVD from my laptop all good, all the way to the beginning of the actual copying of the Leopard files to my HDD.

    After skipping the initial disk consistency verification, the loading bar gets to about ~60-70% quite quickly, then throws up the Install Failed screen telling me that the source media I'm installing from is damaged.

    Again, I'm pretty sure it's not my disk.

    Any other ideas?
    I haven't done anything to my BIOS configuration, and I don't type in anything in the Debian console thing when the disk boots up, I just press any button to continue with the setup.
    A simple reburn at a slower speed should help you out, it is also possible the image file is corrupt. You may have to redownload. If you do, try iPC or iDeneb latest.

 

 

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