ISO Ubuntu Problems Tags: CD-Rom Ubuntu Last response: October 1, 2006 1:09 AM in Linux/Free BSD Share trencin September 30, 2006 2:27:43 PM I am trying to download ubuntu onto a blank CD and I followed the steps from their website and downloaded CDBurner CP Pro but whenever I am trying to open the file from the CD it says Error:5 Description Invalid Procedure call or argument. Any help on this would be greatly appreciated. More about : iso ubuntu problems linux_0 September 30, 2006 6:05:35 PM Make sure you verify the md5sum or sha1sum of the ISO file ( s ) before burning to CD. You can use the tools described @ http://www.openoffice.org/dev_docs/using_md5sums.html This will verify the integrity and authenticity of the files so that you do not burn corrupted ISOs. One of the easiest ways to record ISOs under windows is to use ISORecorder http://isorecorder.alexfeinman.com/download/ISORecorder... Here's the Howto: http://isorecorder.alexfeinman.com/HowTo.htm GL :-D trencin September 30, 2006 11:24:01 PM Thanks for the help man. The live CD is Great so I am thinking I will dual boot with windows for right now but first I will need to get more HDD space. Related resources Problems installing Ubuntu - Forum Can't create ISO DVD using Ubuntu - Forum How to install ubuntu on netbook with new ssd - Forum Problems Installing Ubuntu 9.04 On Virtual Machine 2007 - Forum Data transfer speed in Ubuntu - installed vs. LiveDVD - Forum Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Get the answer linux_0 September 30, 2006 11:35:19 PM How much space have you got? trencin September 30, 2006 11:36:31 PM 4.46 GB left linux_0 September 30, 2006 11:50:27 PM doh! that's not a lot :-( To enjoy Linux you need about 10GB or more. Although a minimal / medium desktop install will take about 2-4GB. trencin October 1, 2006 12:08:43 AM yeah its ok. I will be ordering a Hard drive with a socket 939 mobo and 3000+ CPU and that machine will be running Linux. linux_0 October 1, 2006 12:39:25 AM Excellent choice :-D With an AMD64 you have the option to run an x86_64 version. trencin October 1, 2006 12:44:29 AM alrighty thats something I didnt even know about :wink: linux_0 October 1, 2006 1:06:51 AM x86_64 runs both 64bit and 32bit code with only a few minor headaches. It's faster too :-D trencin October 1, 2006 1:09:08 AM sweet!! 8) Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources ISO image to USB flash Forum Ubuntu worth installing Forum Help: Boot ISO file from USB drive Forum HDD will not boot the dual Windows XP and Linux ( Ubuntu ) System Forum Ubuntu Forum Ubuntu recognizes esata but not win7 Forum Uninstall Ubuntu Put Back Windows Forum Problems with Ubuntu DVD Forum How to install ubuntu ? Forum Virtual Machine linux ubuntu 12.04 Forum Installing Ubuntu on new SSD Yields, "Kernel Panic" Forum I am trying to boot ubuntu into my system using a usb stick and a live cd iso f Forum Ubuntu Won't Boot Forum Boot Problems Forum More resources !