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Old 14th July 2004, 10:46 PM
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No luck with FC3t1 installation...

Downloaded 4CDs, boot from CD1, went through custom installation process,...
At the last step when I clicked Continue, to begin installation, everything stoped at "Formating root / filesystem" !?
Tried 3 times... same result.
Installation process can't proceed to "Transferring installation image..." something
I used custom disk partitioning(disk druid) and selected root partition, ext3, mount point /, everything... as I usually do when installing FC2.

Anyone same problem?

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Old 15th July 2004, 02:42 AM
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I installed FC3 last night using automatic partitioning. It installed without problems and booted fine. I've only had a chance to try a few apps, but all work so far. I can also use 1280x1024 screen display without the banding and streaking I got with FC1 and FC2 with an NForce3 generic video card.

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