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Solved Could Not Install (Installing Pop!_OS 19.04 failed, possibly due to a hardware error...)

Enigma

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I got same error. I did a lot of things but didnt work. I tried to clean install. My PC has uefi and while I was creating USB disk i chose uefi settings. Although I use it in demo mode, it is much better than the others but it's so bad to I cant install... :/
 

Enigma

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I got same error. I did a lot of things but didnt work. I tried to clean install. My PC has uefi and while I was creating USB disk i chose uefi settings. Although I use it in demo mode, it is much better than the others but it's so bad to I cant install... :/
I solved this problem by using Rufus 3.1 but...
I can't open my PC, Busybox appears...
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derpOmattic

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Ok, the thread was started for 19.04. Anyway, if you read the first page, many of those people got a result by re-downloading the image, verifying the shasum, and then burning with Etcher. Rufus can work, but make sure it's in dd mode.
 

Enigma

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Ok, the thread was started for 19.04. Anyway, if you read the first page, many of those people got a result by re-downloading the image, verifying the shasum, and then burning with Etcher. Rufus can work, but make sure it's in dd mode.
Unfortunately, i tried Etcher but didnt work. Still same problem... And okey I will start new thread.
 

borkarsachin97

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This problems arises to me recently,
Here were I commented it on twitter.
But it was due to corrupted partition table, I format my whole drive as MS-DOS then installed PoP OS.
The reason for comment that nobody solved it actually.
I think it will help people to find solution.
 

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