Error "Make sure that CD number 1 is in your drive." when installing Open SUSE 11.2, 11.3 and 11.4.

Hi sir,

I had download the iso of Open SUSE 11.2, 11.3 and 11.4 and confirmed
with the MD5 code. Then, I burned them using the lowest speed which the
system supported. But the error message "Make sure that CD number 1 is
in your drive." is always displayed while installing OS. 
How can I do?

Environment:
CPU i7-2710QE.
PCH: B1 stepping.
Platform: Huron River based.
RAM: 2Gx1 unbuffered none ECC RAM.
Target OS: Open SUSE 11.2, 11.3 and 11.4 for 32bit.
Hdd: WD 160G SATA HDD using IDE mode by setting setup.
DVD: Pioneer DVR-217BK.
USB keyboard/mouse.
Onboard VGA port for display output.


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5/24/2011 12:36:04 PM
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Which iso's did you download? There are different ones (full dvd, live cd 
for gnome, kde, net install cd).
This message is shown by the net install disk when it cannot get a network 
connection and asks for a local installation medium.

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martin_helm
5/24/2011 12:49:35 PM
On 05/24/2011 02:36 PM, haminpe wrote:
>
> I had download the iso of Open SUSE 11.2, 11.3 and 11.4

did you download them from http://software.opensuse.org/ or some other 
site? if another, which...give full URL please..

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DenverD
5/24/2011 12:52:30 PM
martin_helm;2344164 Wrote: 
> Which iso's did you download? There are different ones (full dvd, live
> cd
> for gnome, kde, net install cd).
> This message is shown by the net install disk when it cannot get a
> network
> connection and asks for a local installation medium.
> 
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> GeForce
> 9600 GT | 4GB Ram
> Eee PC 1201n: oS 11.4 64 bit | Intel Atom 330@1.60GHz | KDE 4.6.0 |
> nVidia
> ION | 3GB Ram


They are DVD version and download from
http://tinyurl.com/3fwx79k
http://tinyurl.com/4xw5vew
http://tinyurl.com/3cvw8p7


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haminpe
5/25/2011 6:06:03 AM
However, I still can not install anyone until now. Could you kinldly
provide the suggestion?


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haminpe
6/8/2011 3:36:03 AM
haminpe;2344147 Wrote: 
> 
> I had download the iso of Open SUSE 11.2, 11.3 and 11.4 and confirmed
> with the MD5 code. Then, I burned them using the lowest speed which the
> system supported. But the error message "Make sure that CD number 1 is
> in your drive." is always displayed while installing OS. 
> 

I encountered this error when installing openSUSE-11.3 and later
openSUSE-11.4 on an ancient HP notebook PC that was using an external
USB drive (where that notebook belongs to our LUG (Linux Users Group)). 
Your PC is light years newer and faster in comparison.

The solution that worked for me was when the error appeared, to eject
the DVD and re-insert the DVD (which did not work) and then switch
between  <CTRL><ALT><F1> display (when there I typed 'fdisk -l' ,  'df
-Th' and 'lspci' and 'lsusb' ) and back to the main install display 
with <CTRL><ALT><F7> and then select the "RETRY" on  the warning menu,
and I do that a few times (going back and forth) and  eventually the
install would recognize the DVD and continue the install.   

Its an annoying bug, but my access to the LUG laptop is not
sufficiently guaranteed that I can support a bug report on this.


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oldcpu
6/8/2011 6:06:03 AM
On 06/08/2011 05:36 AM, haminpe wrote:
>
> However, I still can not install anyone until now. Could you kinldly
> provide the suggestion?

what happens if you download, burn and boot from a Live CD? how does the 
live image run?

did you do this with the DVD images you burned, before you tried to 
install: http://tinyurl.com/2ebcf27 (and, be sure to do that before 
running the live CD)

since you are having the same trouble with three different versions of 
openSUSE, it is most likely a hardware problem (as oldcpu spoke of)...
did you try oldcpu's bug work around?

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DenverD
6/8/2011 6:36:37 AM
Thank you all for reply.

I have never tried to install from a live CD. I will try it tomorrow.

The message is "Insert Installation CD-ROM or DVD." after clicking
"Check Installation Media".

My platform is called "Huron River" and there is an i7 CPU mounted on
the platform. And I do not know the workaround what you say.


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haminpe
6/8/2011 12:06:04 PM
What about creating a bootable usb as a workaround? You can do that with the 
live cd images.
Or you just burn the net installer cd (I understand that you can boot from 
the cd and your problem comes later) and perform a pure network install.

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martin_helm
6/8/2011 12:30:47 PM
haminpe;2350675 Wrote: 
> And I do not know the workaround what you say.

What don't you know?

Did you try the work around ?  If you do not understand it, what do you
not understand ?


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oldcpu
6/8/2011 3:36:02 PM
Thank you for all again.

Because this is the test for OS installation, I need to make sure there
is no problem to install the OS from SATA port 0 and port 1 with IDE
mode on my platform. So I can not install it from USB key or use very
special workaround to do this test.

Using the Network version is successful to install this OS, but there
is the same message "Insert Installation CD-ROM or DVD." after clicking
"Check Installation Media". I think the SATA DVD does not work after
loading kernel screen, and the "Eject" option of the menu is failed,
too. Is the driver properly for SATA ODD to work?


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haminpe
6/9/2011 3:36:02 AM
I think the problem maybe the driver does not support the Intel 6 Series
Chipset. Why I say that? Because I compare the platform named
Calpella(i7 + Intel 5 Series Chipset) and Huron River(i7 + Intel 6
Series Chipset) installing information about SATA IDE controller. The
result is as below:
In Calpella,
Before install an ata driver, the system shows "Intel 5 Series/3400
Series Chipset 4 Port SATA IDE Controller".

In Huron River,
Before install an ata driver, the system shows "Intel IDE Interface".


I think there is no driver for Intel 6 Series Chipset Family 4 port
SATA IDE Controller in DVD or others. So that the DVD is always failed
to use. Is this right?


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haminpe
6/9/2011 4:36:03 AM
On 2011-06-09 05:36, haminpe wrote:
> Using the Network version is successful to install this OS, but there
> is the same message "Insert Installation CD-ROM or DVD."

This happens when it can not find the network, and reverts to local install.

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Carlos
6/9/2011 12:33:09 PM
"Insert Installation CD-ROM or DVD." happens only when I clicking "Check
Installation Media" using Network version. But it does not happen when I
click "Install".


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haminpe
6/10/2011 2:06:02 AM
On 2011-06-10 04:06, haminpe wrote:
> 
> "Insert Installation CD-ROM or DVD." happens only when I clicking "Check
> Installation Media" using Network version. But it does not happen when I
> click "Install".

Interesting. Could be a bug, you may report it in Bugzilla and make sure.

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Carlos
6/10/2011 1:20:12 PM
We had that case in german SUSE forum.
I could remember a friend of mine having similar problem long time ago.
I rememered that the solution was to change SATA mode from IDE to AHCI
(in BIOS).
This change was the solution for the guy in german forum.
But this may result in bluescreen when booting windows on a dualboot
system.


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