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Old 7th March 2011, 06:55 PM
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exec of anaconda failed input output error

Hi,
New to fedora. Triied to install fedora 14 on a ML370 733 pent iii 32 bit system with a
6 18gb sata drives but gave up too many errors.

Tried to install fedora 12 from a prewritten DVD from a book about fedora 12 and it loaded further with the DVD. Now the error reads exec of anaconda failed : input / output error
install exited abnormally [1/1] you may safely reboot your system.

Any ideals would be greatly appriaciated!!! Thanks!!
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