this has been continuously going on since a week.. I plan to > do in 2 weeks. Kevin McLeod (kmcleod11) wrote on 2010-03-13: #42 It also just occurred to me that before I took the RAM stick out, the computer was connected to the internet. Thanks a lot for the answer –Manuel Andrés Vélez Oct 15 '11 at 13:30 i have same problem and i have tried fresh download from Ubuntu site and solved weblink
Because I spent so many frustrating hours trying to solve that problem. You can try installing from a different USB drive as well, to rule out USB drive problems. I attached logs that error tells me to send and I offer myself to do any test that may be helpfull to find a definitive solution to this issue. So my HD must be allright too.
I couldn't find a real solution for this. > > My system: Intel Core 2 Duo, MSI P31 Neo-F, 2GB RAM, XpertVision Radeon HD 2600XT, Seagate Barracuda 7200.10 ST3250410AS. > hari There is no risk involved in it. Is it legal to bring board games (made of wood) to Australia? For drive C: in Windows it should be chkdsk c: /f /r.
share|improve this answer edited Oct 12 '12 at 13:09 user61928 answered Jul 31 '12 at 11:22 makouda 1 1 It's likely (though not definite) that this worked because the desktop I'll probably do full memtest on them, but few initial tests passed. If the drive passes, try burning the mint ISO to USB again and see if that changes anything. Input Output Error Ubuntu Usb Then select the option to test your RAM, from there.
It may help to clean the CD/DVD, to burn the CD/DVD at a lower speed, to clean the CD/DVD drive lens (cleaning kits are often available from electronics suppliers), to check Error Is 5 Input/output Error Nomachine I'm glad I didn't give up, and I'm glad the beauty of the internet allows people to search and find such problem solvers! Join 69,231 other subscribers Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. I've used check disk integrity (via Ubuntu menu when you boot from > the DVD) and I get *no* errors. > > Then I've tried to install the OS, but I've
For others, I had the same symptoms as dci-Japan, I had 2GB of RAM in my box (all 512MB pieces), I removed all but one and now I am enjoying my http://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/259387/errno-5-input-output-error-when-running-yum-check-update system-installation share|improve this question edited Oct 26 '15 at 23:33 Tim 14.6k859101 asked Oct 13 '11 at 20:57 Manuel Andrés Vélez 1252210 add a comment| 8 Answers 8 active oldest votes Errno 5 Input/output Error Usb if its useful, i will back and share it :) sief (realnottrue) wrote on 2011-04-05: #59 hi, everyone! Errno 5 Input/output Error Linux Mint Adv Reply March 7th, 2013 #9 Angelique Rose View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message First Cup of Ubuntu Join Date Mar 2013 Beans 2 Re: ERRNO 5 Input/Output Error
thanks ProblemType: Bug Architecture: amd64 Date: Mon Feb 1 20:08:38 2010 DistroRelease: Ubuntu 9.10 ExecutablePath: /usr/bin/gnome-system-monitor LiveMediaBuild: Ubuntu 9.10 "Karmic Koala" - Release amd64 (20091027) NonfreeKernelModules: nvidia Package: gnome-system-monitor 2.28.0-0ubuntu1 ProcEnviron: have a peek at these guys dci-Japan (dci.main) wrote on 2010-12-29: Re: [Bug 245794] Re: [Errno 5] Input/Output Error during Live CD Installation #52 Yep, you said it. The system worked perfectly off LiveCD/LiveUSB but would fail when trying to install it. I got through 23%. Ubuntu Installation Failed Errno 5
Tried noapic options and others to no avail. 10. hari (prasath2005) wrote on 2010-01-20: Did you get my invite? #34 Prasath2005 wants to be your friend Prasath2005 Do you want to add Prasath2005 to your friends network ? Subscribing... check over here First of all, I've never seen such issue before (7.x, 8.x).
I suspected that my farm of CD/DVD drives has been damaged (i got different errors at different stages, this is just one of them), so finally i created bootable live USB Ubuntu 16.04 Errno 5 I believe the error is not correlated to faulty memory or hard drive, since it stops always at the same percentage, and everything is working fine when doing everything else. No idea which part did the trick.) To all the Linux aficionados who wonder why people don't convert in droves: this is exactly the type of reason why.
After 3 days of google and hair pulling, I am now enjoying Ubuntu 9.04. Your time would be better spent pursuing legitimate avenues of promoting your websites. Share this on del.icio.us Digg this! Ubuntu Input Output Error Copying File Everything seemed to be > allright, but this message always occured - around 69%-73%. > ------- > > It seems to have no effect wether I choose EXT3, ReiserFS, create swap
I want to thank this thread anyway because it was the one that lead me to understand that there might be a ram issue in the equation but when people in Mark answered or comment ( if still need help ). –Dishcandanty Feb 13 at 20:39 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up or log in Sign Browse other questions tagged installation 13.04 or ask your own question. http://cygnussoft.com/output-error/cp-closing-input-output-error.html Does flooring the throttle while traveling at lower speeds increase fuel consumption?
hari (prasath2005) wrote on 2010-04-08: Did you get my invite? #44 Prasath2005 wants to be your friend Prasath2005 Do you want to add Prasath2005 to your friends network ? Just for verification, since SMART status is not an all-encompassing test of a drive's health, try using rufus (in windows)to burn the Hitachi DFT CD image and run an extended test. Now what this does, it wipes out the hard drive leaving it with nothing on it. Giorgio (giorgio-clavelli) wrote on 2008-12-10: #10 Thanks dci-Japan, your solution worked also for me.
I tried installing directly when the live image booted up (Install Ubuntu). If this option is specified twice, then the bad block scan will be done using a non-destructive read-write test share|improve this answer edited Nov 14 '15 at 7:41 David Foerster 10.7k93052