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Posted on 1997-12-10
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I am having some trouble installing AICK onto a PowerPC.

The message that comes up after I try a Standard or Custom Install of the AICK from CD onto my hdd:

There is a problem with a disk you are installing onto. No installation can take place. Try installing onto another disk.

The problem of course is that I only have 1 hard drive.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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Question by:smullen
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ipierce earned 100 total points
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Umm, is your hard drive getting full?  AICK is a big package.  I think you need about 15megs free to install it.

Is it an apple disk?  If so, what does Disk First Aid have to say.  There may be some physical/data problem with the drive.  Try running Norton when Disk First Aid tells you there are probelms on this disk that Disk First Aid can't fix.
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If there really was a serious problem with your hard disk I believe you would have experienced other difficulties as well. But since you have not mentioned it, your hard disk may be just fine. It is more likely there is a fault with the installer on the CD-rom or the CD rom itself. You should opt for a replacement at your dealer. Or at least, first try to install something else to see if that works.
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