[Tfug] CRC check on a bad ISO file...
1.jim.march at gmail.com
Mon Dec 3 16:06:29 MST 2007
It could be the file you downloaded that's bad, OR something went
wrong when you burned the CD (or DVD) - either bad media or bad drive.
Finally, it could be a read error on the CD/DVD drive that's being
used to boot the critter.
I'd try burning a new disk from the same file copied over to another
system with a different burner drive.
On Dec 3, 2007 3:52 PM, DON KIERZEK <donkzk at msn.com> wrote:
> It's a bad iso image. search "cyclic redundancy check" on line and you will
> get a number of sites that say something like
> "Word : cyclic redundancy check
> Explanation : (CRC). A number derived from a block of data, and stored or
> transmitted with the data in order to detect any errors in transmission. It
> is similar to a checksum, but more complicated. A cyclic redundancy check is
> often calculated by adding words or bytes of the data. The receiving
> computer recalculates the CRC from the data received and compares it to the
> value originally transmitted; if the values are not the same, it indicates a
> transmission error. The CRC is called redundant because it adds no
> significant information to the transmission itself.
> Probably be easiest to just do another dnld and burn a new iso image.
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