Hi, I have in the past successfully installed the 64 bit 11.10 on this system. It crashed, my fault. When attempting to re-install I have checked three different disks and they all came back clean. All of them have hung up on the line on the live disk GUI install line: Running 'grub-install dummy'. I have also attempted to not run the live version and just install 11.10. Install windows mobile on nokia e7 review.
While trying repeatedly to install with differing settings I noticed following pattern: - for 8G disk capacity setting the install step failed after approx. 20% completion - for 20G disk capacity setting the install step failed after approx. 40% completion - for 40G disk capacity setting the install step failed.
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This would not normally be a matter of such urgency, however I have an appointment with a friend on Thursday who is interested in building a HIGH quality video editing studio. I don't want to scare him off because my box is down.Any help would be greatly appreciated. For some reason Kubuntu 64bit installed just fine, ran right past the Grub stuff, I have no idea why or what the problem with ubuntu was. Runs like a dream, at least for now, All I needed was a working 64 bit to show off some video capabilities, so for now, problem solved, However I am not going to mark the thread as solved for a while because I want my Unity Desktop back, so If any of the info I have provided gives anyone a clue as to why the ubu 64bit wont load, I would love to hear your thoughts. Please describe system a bit more. Are you using defaults or manual install to existing partitions?
If manual install where are you choosing to install grub2's boot loader to, the MBR of the drive or a PBR? Was drive ever in RAID or are you using RAID or LVM? RAID leaves meta-data that interferes with the standard desktop install. Alternate installer works with RAID or LVM. If installed post link to boot info script from this: Boot Repair: You can repair many boot issues with this or post the link to a run of boot info script so we can see your exact configuration.