EDD:Error 8000 reading sector 330958 No DEFAULT or UI configuration directive found
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 15, 2013
I am try to install ubuntu 12.04 i386 server.
but am running into some problems.
i am try to install on a SuperMicro SuperServer6022P-6.
it has 3 hard drives in it (2 and 3 are the same kind)
1. HITACHI 36 gb
2. IBM 18.4 gb
3.IBM 18.4 gb
it also has Adaptec Raid Controller (asr - 2000s /48 mb).
If you need more info just let me know.
i am try to install ubuntu 12.04 i386 from a live boot cd.
i downloaded ubuntu from their web site and burn the iso image to the disc i want to use.
then i place it in the supermicro compact disc slot.
i then boot up the supermicro and it just go to a black screen with the flashing curser and then it give me an ERROR (EDD:Error 8000 reading sector 330958 No DEFAULT or UI configuration directive found!)
and then it sits on a black screen with the word boot: and a flashing curser after it.
not sure on what to do here.
any help would be great.
Thanks Every One!
Installation fails. EDD: Error 1000 reading sector
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: September 20, 2012
Bios Version A06
Pentium 4 1.6Ghz
HD 40GB Maxtor 6E040L0 (this is not the original HD. the drive is definitely working and I wiped it with dban)
Optical Drive NEC CD-RW NR-7900A
Here is my error:
EDD: Error 1000 reading sector 347635
EDD: Error 1000 reading sector 346669
gfxboot.c32: not a COM32R image
Eventually the installation reaches the Xubuntu 12.04 .... screen. The dots continue blinking endlessly. I know my xubuntu installation CD is good because I have used it successfully on other computers.
"EDD: Error 1000 reading sector xxxxx" when booting from 12.04 LiveCD
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 15, 2012
Hi, I am currently using windows vista and I am unfamiliar with Linux and Ubuntu. I would like to try out the latest version of Ubuntu (12.04) on my PC which has 2.80 GHz Pentium 4 HT Processor, 512 MB of RAM, 80 GB HDD, and Intel 865G Motherboard.
I downloaded and burned the ISO of the latest Ubuntu release version and want to dual boot it with windows, but when i boot the LiveCD, i get the following screens:
"EDD: Error 1000 reading sector xxxxxxx"
where xxxxxxx is the sector number.
Can you tell me more about this error and how to get it solved? And is it a problem of my hard disk or something else?
error: failure reading sector 0x819
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: October 27, 2013
What a mess..
Just right now, I'm using my UBUNTU 12.10 Installation Disk to come Web in order to get a clue what to do now.
error: failure reading sector 0x819
Entering rescue mode...
grub rescue >
What a thing I must type over there!!!
I try to do a new installation but I can hardly:
the blessed system doesn't run..
My machine is an Acer Aspire One Series ZG5 AOA 150 144 HD with three partitions: Ubuntu in all of them (12.10 in two, and Saucy Salamander in the third).
Days ago, I've made a stupid mistake, to delete an old partition but GRUB was in it, so, I create a new partition with Ubuntu 12.10. So, I got a new Grub that way. Working fine.
Yesterday, I've upgraded Ubuntu to version 13.10 in one of my partitions but today, I was working, as usual, with one of my 12.10 installations and accidentally, I pulled out my netbook wire so, when I turned on the machine again, I got the message above.
No idea what is GRUB RESCUE code
Installation CD Error 1000/2000 Reading Sector Error
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 1, 2010
Hello there. I'm kind of new to Ubuntu... well Linux in general so please forgive my noobyness (if thats a word...)
Well today I just burned the ISO file onto a CD-R using Windows 7, I made sure it was working and booted correctly on my main computer. The reason I did this is because I'm trying to format my computer which had a virus, since I'm lacking a Windows Master CD, I thought of using a bootable Ubuntu CD to delete my partition and have a fresh Linux OS installed.
When I tried this (I made sure the BIOS booted from CD drive) the boot seems to work fine. A purple screen with a battery figure and a '=' sign and a little man is shown, something like this:
[---][-] = (-.-)
You get the picture, right? Well anyways, after a few minutes some errors pop up in the top left hand corner consisting of "Error 1000 Reading Sector error (xxxx)"
The xxxx's standing for various numbers since the string of errors continue with a new number, then another error comes along "Erro
Error 8000, "file not found" message when installing Ubuntu Studio
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 9, 2012
I am changing to Ubuntu Studio 11.10 after very briefly using regular Ubuntu 11.10 and I have had some trouble.I am very new to Ubuntu and mostly have only used Windows in the past so if you can keep the replies easy to understand, it would be very appreciated. I downloaded the Ubuntu Studio 11.10 file from their website and then used Windows Disc Image Burner to put it on a DVD-R disc. I did all of this using Windows 7. The computer I am hoping to install Ubuntu Studio on is an old HP computer from early-mid 2000's that was previously running Windows XD Home Edition. The computer is currently not connected to the internet so I put the DVD-R in the computer and restarted it. I came upon the "Select your language" screen. I selected "English" and hit enter. I then found myself at a screen that said 'Ubuntu Studio' with it's logo and then there were 4 or 5 options like "Install Ubuntu Studio" and "Check CD for Defects" There were several opt
GParted help required; Error while reading block at sector 142257725
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 7, 2010
I've been trying to re-arrange the partitions on my hard drive. I tried to move /dev/sda5 to the right, so that I could pull an empty (unformatted) partition out of my Ubuntu extended partition.
It worked until a certain stage, when the process halted.
I have the details copied and pasted below. Please help me, I really want this to work.
p.s. If any extra information is required, just ask
Move /dev/sda5 to the right 00:05:39 ( ERROR ) calibrate /dev/sda5 00:00:01 ( SUCCESS ) path: /dev/sda5
size: 37142217 (17.71 GiB) calculate new size and position of /dev/sda5 00:00:00 ( SUCCESS ) requested start: 151396623
requested end: 188538839
requested size: 37142217 (17.71 GiB) new start: 151396560
new end: 188538839
new size: 37142280 (17.71 GiB) check filesystem on /dev/sda5 for errors and (if possible) fix them 00:01:06
Ubuntu Error Logs
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 20, 2009
NOTE: Google Chrome is having some issues with drop-down lists and I can't see them, would a mod please change the prefix to the appropriate one?I Think [Ubuntu] is good enough, but if there's a better one... Thanks.
So I just got a crash with some numbers and a "not enough swap space" error, and I'm wondering if there's an error log that Ubuntu wrote somewhere. Any help? I think it's an OS issue and not a program issue.
Thanks in advance.
Edit: I'm on Ubuntu 9.10 with 4 gigs of RAM.
Edit2: More System Information
Hard Drive: Ubuntu 9.10 32-bit partition, 18 gigs. Windows 7 64-bit and Files partition, NTFS.
RAM: 4 GB PC3-8500 DDR3 SDRAM 1067MHz SODIMM Memory (2 DIMM
Intel Core 2 Duo processor P8700 (2.53GHz 1066MHz 3MBL2)
Gfx: ATI Mobility Radeon 3470 with 256MB
Ubuntu 12.04 upgrade now get Internal Ubuntu Error
location: linuxquestions.com - date: July 2, 2012
I upgraded my Ubuntu with LXDE to 12.04. When I start the network manager manually ("service network-manager start"), a window pops up saying:
Ubuntu error loading OS
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 6, 2008
I was trying to dual boot windows XP pro with ubuntu hardy heron (ubuntu installed first) and I used this guide: http://apcmag.com/how_to_dual_boot_l...lled_first.htm . I thought everything was fine, windows was installed, then I went into Gparted (GNOME partition editor) everything looked to be fine, I flagged the ubuntu partition as the "boot" partition and made sure that the "boot" flag was off the windows partition, then took the Gparted dvdr out restarted and I get this message:
Verifying DMI pool data...................Update Success
Boot from CD:
Boot from CD:
Error loading operating system
From there I cant press anything, cant hit escape, cant type anything, what could be wrong?
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