Fiddle with various settings again. Lieven (lieven-debels) wrote on 2008-01-02: #4 Seems I have a bad CD-writer, using another one, the problem is fixed. I replaced the RAM and it works just fine. Eibach (andi3) wrote on 2015-07-24: #50 Reinald, this is VERY interesting what you've written! "and found the diskless system serveral times hanging after a day or so with unrecoverable:" This is Check This Out
This doesn't necessarily mean that the disk has not been burned correctly. Affecting: ubiquity (Ubuntu) Filed here by: peter_ger When: 2008-07-05 Completed: 2013-06-06 Target Distribution Baltix BOSS Juju Charms Collection Elbuntu Guadalinex Guadalinex Edu Kiwi Linux nUbuntu PLD Linux Tilix tuXlab Ubuntu Ubuntu BFS implementation: queue vs storing previous and next frontier How to fix a bent lens mount hook? I'll take your word for having checked the hard drive thoroughly.
Solutions? Still with both Ubuntu 9.04 , 9.10 and Mint 7 I have problems installing with the same i/o error?? My cd drive is a qsi sbw242c. asked 2 years ago viewed 10985 times active 3 months ago Linked -2 I cant install Ubuntu!
Partial sum of the harmonic series between two consecutive fibonacci numbers What object can prove the equations? It was also losing hard drive data and throwing dpkg errors... I'v tried to install ubuntu with the Live CD for 8.04 and > 8.04.1 (both i386) on my SATA2 drive and I always get the Message: > > ------- > > Errno 5 Input/output Error Python At any rate, I figured that the problem was not with any of my drives, but with the motherboard or the BIOS.
Note You need to log in before you can comment on or make changes to this bug. Errno 5 Input/output Error Linux Mint Everything seemed to be > allright, but this message always occured - around 69%-73%. > > ------- > > > > It seems to have no effect wether I choose EXT3, I have encountered this error in 7.10 and 8.04 desktop and alternate cd too. 7.04, however, has completed the installation. https://sourceforge.net/tracker/index.php?func=detail&aid=2408188&group_id=63835&atid=505341 Dimitrios Symeonidis (azimout) wrote on 2008-12-09: #31 in order to avoid confusion, i'm marking this as "won't fix", since this is not an ubuntu bug, but almost always a hw
I noticed in https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BurningIsoHowto that they recommend to burn the livecd at the slowest speed. https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=195763 ProzakLord (jamiguet) wrote on 2014-07-29: #49 I had the same problem installing on a Toshiba NB-10t. Ubuntu Errno 5 Input/output Error Will (l-w-chard) wrote on 2009-10-24: #17 dci-Japan Had this problem with Ubuntu 9.04 install did what you said removed all but one memory module and it installed first time no problems Input Output Error Ubuntu Usb share|improve this answer answered Sep 15 '12 at 21:58 UnnamedMook 61124 you should accept your own answer, Mook.
It runs great from a bootable usb, but when I tried to install it, I've got the "errno 5 - input/output error". his comment is here Checked the MD5 sum. "burned" it on a brand new blank USB with Unetbootin. I couldn't > find a real solution for this. > > > > My system: Intel Core 2 Duo, MSI P31 Neo-F, 2GB RAM, XpertVision Radeon > HD 2600XT, Seagate Barracuda I couldn't > find a real solution for this. > > My system: Intel Core 2 Duo, MSI P31 Neo-F, 2GB RAM, XpertVision Radeon HD > 2600XT, Seagate Barracuda 7200.10 ST3250410AS. Ubuntu Installation Failed Errno 5
As I > said earlier the message tripped me up and I was pretty sure that > something is wrong with my CD/DVD drive and/or Hard Drive :) > > /ArturP Burned DVD-R and it worked fine. Hope this helps. http://centralpedia.com/output-error/ubuntu-i-o-error-install.html Comment 2 Rob McMillin 2009-06-23 19:02:04 EDT My hardware configuration is a Dell Dimension 4600: [rlm@localhost incoming]$ sudo cdrecord -devices [sudo] password for rlm: wodim: Overview of accessible drives (2 found)
more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed Blk_update_request I/o Error Ubuntu The CD I used a year before (when it worked) and the CD I used this time are identical. But when the content of this, presumably faulty, USB stick is checked for md5 sum mismatches, none are found!
This is a vanilla Live CD. Having read all the comments here, it seems we can close this report out as the errors were either attributed to bad media or bad hardware. The other thing I'm noticing is that during install after partition selection, it says there are no users or other systems on the computer and I have two other 9.10 installs, Ubuntu Input Output Error Copying File c) Now, try to install in the usual way.
Thx and sorry for the trouble. Try our newsletter Sign up for our newsletter and get our top new questions delivered to your inbox (see an example). None, the status of the bug is updated manually. http://centralpedia.com/output-error/ubuntu-install-error-getpwuid.html I think something may be going wrong during the burning process...
Last edited by chorlton (2015-04-07 21:34:09) Offline #8 2015-04-07 23:00:34 arco Member Registered: 2015-04-07 Posts: 1 Re: Installation problems: I/O erro: dev sr0 I also had this I/O error yesterday. But I hope someone finds this bug and fixes it. Bump (bump55) wrote on 2010-07-22: #43 The bug was notified here: https://bugs.launchpad.net/wubi/+bug/608941 Rune K. Read more...
The best I got so far on the laptop is that it starts installing files on the harddisk, and stops at 22% with an I/O error dialog. Disproving Euler proposition by brute force in C Output a googol copies of a string My 21-year-old adult son hates me What object can prove the equations? Put the ISO on another USB stick, and the problem no longer occurred. Would start the install and then give [ 135.292409] SQUASHFS error: sb_bread failed reading block 0x9d7f3 [ 135.292411] SQUASHFS error: Unable to read fragment cache block [275faa28] [ 135.292413] SQUASHFS error:
I've got 2 RAM modules (2x2GB). Why is the size of my email so much bigger than the size of its attached files? I almost forget, someone told that removing RAM modules didn't help. In particular, I booted from a Sabayon live USB drive, then plugged in another USB drive, then opened the file browser as root and used it to copy /var into a