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Not able to install Pop! OS 20.04 LTS

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Looking at the log, there could be a couple reasons. My initial thought was the partitioning looks sketchy, but the last error suggests the live media was corrupted. What program did you use to burn Pop's live image to USB? Additionally, if you could use Gparted or Disks to show your partition scheme might be helpful.
Finally, check here to see if there's something simple you've overlooked.
 
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Looking at the log, there could be a couple reasons. My initial thought was the partitioning looks sketchy, but the last error suggests the live media was corrupted. What program did you use to burn Pop's live image to USB? Additionally, if you could use Gparted or Disks to show your partition scheme might be helpful.
Finally, check here to see if there's something simple you've overlooked.
Yes, it was corrupted. I formatted the pen drive and again flashed the ISO onto it and then installed and now it's working fine.
 

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