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Gamer2bn

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This is my second time trying to set it up... The first time i downloaded the 4 iso's for cd and it started loading the graphical installer a bunch of words where coming down then it just stopped at

<6> USB Universal Host Controller Interface driver v2.2

I downloaded the dvd .iso cause i figured my cd's where a little scratched and that might be the problem the same thing happens with the dvd though... so i am lost.

this is my first time attempting to install linux on a pc so i could be doing something really stupid.
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Kemasa

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You might try using another distro. I prefer Mandrake (now Mandriva). I have seen problems with RH in the past.

It could be that the USB in your system is causing problems. One thing to try is to remove everything on the USB and see if that makes any difference.
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i think it is just that his usb controller is completely not supported. some other distro might work, try some live cds. but dont give up on fedora, get your hands on another used computer or something to try it out.
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