Question about fedora Linux Operating System
Trying to install Fedora, but the media check keeps saying that my CDs are bad! How can I go troubleshooting this problem?
Yes. Reduce the burning speed when you burn the ISO File to CD.
Fedora is quite debil with that.
Personally I always burn ISOs with 1-2x speed.
Posted on Oct 21, 2008
To do a proper media check -
1. In the installer prompt, type:
linux mediacheck ide=nodma
2. Run the media check on your CDs/DVD.
3. Reboot, and run the installer normally.
Posted on Sep 16, 2008
if the cd is bad and cannot read, you have to go for a new cd
before doing that, try this cd in another system and try to copy files to the hard disk.
if it copies without error, then write it on a new cd with less write speed, for example 12x or 16x speed
and use it on your machine
Posted on Sep 15, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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