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suse linux 11.0 is giving me the message isolinux: Disk error 04, AX=0201, drive 80

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suse linux 11.0 is giving me the message isolinux: Disk error 04, AX=0201, drive 80 when booting.

How to check if my disk is bad. It looks like a disk failure ?
What should I do ?
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insert the disk
compare the output of this command  (/dev/sr0 is the device file of your cd-rom/dvd this could be different if you need to know how to find out ask it)
md5sum /dev/sr0

with the contents of this file.
http://download.opensuse.org/distribution/11.0/iso/dvd/MD5SUMS

If they are different your disk is corrupt.

Cheers
Tjilp
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errr.... first put the disk in the drive before executing this command.
ofcourse you thought of this
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But it is hard drive which is the problem not a DVD  drive...
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