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Problem installing Brass 1
Last post Fri, Jun 09 2006 by mattdowns6, 4 replies.
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Posted on Wed, Jun 07 2006 21:54
by mattdowns6
Joined on Fri, Apr 07 2006, Los Angeles, Posts 23
Everything has gone smoothly for me installing the library until trying to install Brass 1. The 1st disk installs with the library installer but when installing the 2nd disk I get a window saying .56 tenor Trombone is corrupt. I tried just downloading the files directly from DVD to my drive and and disk 2 stops on .12 cab giving me "error code 36 some data could not be read or written".
Please help.
Posted on Thu, Jun 08 2006 02:52
by Guy Bacos
Joined on Sun, Jan 16 2005, Quebec, Canada, Posts 1995
When I came to install part 2 VI, half my files were corrupted, the 2nd time I tried after downloading the corrupted DVDs again they were all OK, go figure!
Posted on Thu, Jun 08 2006 04:18
by cm
Joined on Fri, Dec 20 2002, vienna, Posts 9136
such error messages are to understand as hint that your DVD-drive runs too hot during the install process. please make sure colling is sufficient or pause between the DVDs.
if you copy files from a DVD to a local disk and some data is not read properly OSX unfortunately doesn't come up with an errormessage like *copying files failed* or similar.
christian
and remember: a CRAY is the only computer that runs an endless loop in just four hours ...
Posted on Fri, Jun 09 2006 17:13
by mattdowns6
Joined on Fri, Apr 07 2006, Los Angeles, Posts 23
I was able to install the resistant .cab. That particular disk had smudges all over it so I just cleaned it and it worked fine.
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