Hello Every One

Stephen roulton623-bJEeYj9oJeDQT0dZR+AlfA at public.gmane.org
Mon Dec 22 12:51:52 UTC 2003

That is the part that didn't work. When it came to the summary all I got
was a blank screen and it stayed that way for hours until I rebooted
with the reset button.

There were still two more items on the list after that.

and reboot

> Waitaminnit, the summary is where it's supposed to stop, unless I'm thinking of
> a completely different part. That's where you are supposed to configure X and/or
> any other hardware that hasn't been automatically configured by the installer,
> no? You have a list, and beside each item is a button which says "configured" or
> "not configured", etc. ?

> Beyond that, the only thing I can think of is, as I said before, you got a bad
> ISO in there. If you hadn't already just done a reinstall, I would recommend
> downloading the ISO's again, checking their md5sums, and burning fresh ones,
> but....sheesh, you've been through a lot already. You've either got the patience
> of a Saint, or you reeeeaaaaaally hate Windows ;-)

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