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    Dan Griffiths
    Pop!_Planet Founder

Failed unmounting cdrom problem (need help)


New member
Jul 10, 2019
I ran into this problem after installing newest version of pop os on my laptop. Basically after finishing the installation it requests me to restart my pc. But every single time this thing unmounting CDROM fails causing it to not finish the installation fully. I have zero clue been searching but still I can't find definitive answer what's wrong and how to fix it.
If it has to do with anything here is my laptop Samsung rv510


System76 Staff
Founding Member
Dec 15, 2018
Denver, Colorado
Make sure that you used a tool like Popsicle or Etcher to flash the drive. Chances are that something's amiss in the flashed image.

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