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1  Assistance / Pardus for beginners / Re: Live 2009.2 rc2 on: June 05, 2010, 11:05:32 AM
Have you verified the checksum of your downloaded iso files?
Did you burn the cd/dvd as slow as possible?
Did you verify the content on the cds?

I used K3D to burn the disk, Burn speed 8x,  With K3D I do a simulation first that was ok, on the second burn  I burned and did a verify after,  that's when it comes up with the fault 75% through verifying the data, the question remains has anyone had the same problem? I can expect one to fail but not two, with the same error  
2  Assistance / Pardus for beginners / Re: Two Disk Duel Boot Installation on: June 05, 2010, 10:54:22 AM
I wish to set up a duel boot system on my new computer with two seperate hard disks, one with preinstalled Windows 7 (sorry for having to mention it), and the other with Pardus Linux. I have downloaded the ISO file, and burned it on to a rewritable DVD. The wiki installation instructions only cover partitioning a single hard disk. If, as planned, I install Pardus to its own disk, will I still be able to select which operating system I wish to use when booting up, or will I have to install Pardus in a different manner

I am a complete newbie, and am trying Linux for the first time, so please forgive my ignorance

deerb

I have installed several dual boot linux systems (main stream distributions) with no problems Linux sees the other operating systems and sorts them out for you, on install it will ask you do you want to run them side by side you answer yes, the problem I did have If windows crashes it takes everything down,  I think the best way you can do it is have a external hdd/jump drive  and boot (linux)  Pardus up from that like I do that's if your system will boot up fron USB drives
3  Assistance / Pardus for beginners / Live 2009.2 rc2 on: June 05, 2010, 10:34:08 AM
I downloaded Paqrdus Calisan 2009.2 and made the Live cd,  on booting up it came up with an error BOOT Failed,  I then downloaded the   Pardus 2009 2 Geronticus-eremita.iso and made a boot install disk,  on booting up I got the same error message r BOOT Failed, Has  anyone had the same  BOOT Failed, problem with this release
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