I’m trying to install Ubuntu 6.06. When I start the installation it proceeds to the point on the progress meter of 22% then stops with no error message.
I think it has something to do with I/O reads and or writes.
Here is what I have tried:
New CD rom
New Hard drive
Tested the memory
Disabled all cashes in the BIOS
Tried two Ubuntu CDs
Here is the MB:
AMD Anthon 2400+
1Gig DDR 400 ram
I really like Ubuntu and have installed on other PCs but cant figure this out.
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