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[Errno 5] input/output error (SOLVED)

Help & support for Ultimate Edition 2.2

Re: [Errno 5] input/output error

Postby Uffe » Sun Jul 19, 2009 8:10 am

I have only good experiences with Fuji and Medion discs too :)

Ubuntu minimal w/ Mate desktop 64bit
Asrock N68-GE3 UCC - AMD X4 640 - 4 Gb Kingston ram
OCZ Vertex 4 SSD 60 Gb + 500 Gb WD sATA HD

Ultimate Edition 2.9 64bit
Asrock 2core 1333-2.66G - 2 Gb Kingston ram
750 Gb Samsung WD sATA HD
Plextor DVD-RW - Asus 24" fladskærm

If your Danish, try to share your knowledge and questions
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Re: [Errno 5] input/output error (SOLVED)

Postby Admin-Amir » Sun Jul 19, 2009 9:50 am

Hi to you all.

Here is My video for k3b that I have made some 2 years ago on Google video:


Re: [Errno 5] input/output error (SOLVED)

Postby egi13946 » Thu Feb 13, 2014 9:21 am

For error: “errno 5 - input/output error” when trying to install

After tried thousands ways, i did it, finally, on Linux Mint 15

Run Live CD ou USB pen
Go to terminal and type "ubiquity no-migration-assistant"
Run Linux Mint Install

For me, with no errors any more.

Best regards

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