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Old 11-09-2007, 02:50 PM
Philip Potter
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Default EDK 9.2 install problem

Hi there,

We just received EDK 9.2 but there seems to be an error in the install.
I tried to install it and got the error message "F:\idata\drop28.zip.xz
error in zipfile". The installer continued after this message, with the
percentage progress bar continuing to rise, but at some point afterwards
the windows closes and leaves me with a half-installed EDK install.

I took a screenshot of the error message here:
http://www.doc.ic.ac.uk/~pgp/edk9.2error.png

Has anyone had a similar problem? Is it just a corrupt file on the
install medium?

Phil

PS I would have opened a WebCase rather than reporting it here, but
unfortunately it seems students aren't allowed WebCase access.

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Old 11-13-2007, 02:31 PM
Philip Potter
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Default Re: EDK 9.2 install problem

Philip Potter wrote:
> Hi there,
>
> We just received EDK 9.2 but there seems to be an error in the install.
> I tried to install it and got the error message "F:\idata\drop28.zip.xz
> error in zipfile". The installer continued after this message, with the
> percentage progress bar continuing to rise, but at some point afterwards
> the windows closes and leaves me with a half-installed EDK install.
>
> I took a screenshot of the error message here:
> http://www.doc.ic.ac.uk/~pgp/edk9.2error.png


I got to the bottom of this in the end. I took the DVD out of the drive
and it had more scratches on it than was healthy. The ISE disk that came
with EDK also had plenty of scracthes, and we'd never taken it out of
the case! I wonder what could have caused them?

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Old 11-13-2007, 03:03 PM
Andreas Hofmann
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Default Re: EDK 9.2 install problem

Philip Potter schrieb:
> I got to the bottom of this in the end. I took the DVD out of the drive
> and it had more scratches on it than was healthy. The ISE disk that came
> with EDK also had plenty of scracthes, and we'd never taken it out of
> the case! I wonder what could have caused them?


The same is true for the EDK9.1 disk that I received about two weeks
ago, though mine is readable.

Regards,
Andreas
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