Bug#473491: Load of Debian installer fails - Debian

This is a discussion on Bug#473491: Load of Debian installer fails - Debian ; Package: win32-loader Severity: normal --- Please enter the report below this line. --- I am trying to install Debian from www.goodbye-microsoft.com , using debian.exe. I supose it uses the current win32-loader. The asisstant works well, but when I reboot, I ...

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  1. Bug#473491: Load of Debian installer fails

    Package: win32-loader
    Severity: normal

    --- Please enter the report below this line. ---
    I am trying to install Debian from www.goodbye-microsoft.com, using
    debian.exe. I supose it uses the current win32-loader.
    The asisstant works well, but when I reboot, I choose Debian installer from
    boot menu (boot.ini entry) and a black screen appears with this line:

    Try (hd0,0): EXT2:

    No way for start Debian installer.

    --- System information. ---
    Architecture: i386
    Kernel: Linux 2.6.24-1-686

    Debian Release: lenny/sid
    500 testing www.debian-multimedia.org
    500 testing security.debian.org
    500 testing ftp.fr.debian.org

    --- Package information. ---
    Depends (Version) | Installed
    =======================-+-===========
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  2. Bug#473491: Load of Debian installer fails


    Hi!

    On Mon, Mar 31, 2008 at 01:47:46AM +0200, Rafael wrote:
    > Package: win32-loader
    > Severity: normal
    >
    > --- Please enter the report below this line. ---
    > I am trying to install Debian from www.goodbye-microsoft.com, using
    > debian.exe. I supose it uses the current win32-loader.


    Yes, I try to keep it in sync with whatever is in sid/experimental.

    > The asisstant works well, but when I reboot, I choose Debian installer from
    > boot menu (boot.ini entry) and a black screen appears with this line:
    >
    > Try (hd0,0): EXT2:


    What happens after this is displayed? It just hangs?

    What is your partition/filesystem layout?

    Thanks

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