>the file system must be different on 4.5, because if I boot the machine
>a dos floppy and try to view the contents of the 4.5 CD's the machine gives
>a CRC 101 error but if I put in the 4.4 CD to view its contents it displays
>fine. I'm a little lost as to why this could happen, both the 4.4 and 4.5
>image's were downloaded from freebsd.org and both burned with Adaptec 4.0
>creator w/updates, the only differeance is that 4.4 was burned on a
>W2K/server OS and 4.5 was burned on a WXP/pro
try burning your 4.5 iso on that w2k/server, something is funning with the
burner in the xp system. there's no change to the cd filesystem in the 4.5
still ISO 9660 w/ Rockridge extensions. I just installed 2 systems
from a 4.5 ISO that I burned on a w98 system running adaptec's sleazy cd
if your desperate then you can go here http://www.multimania.com/typsoft/
little windows ftp server you can run on your windows box, mount the 4.5 cd
and do a FTP install over the network. Good luck!
Author of: The FreeBSD Corporate Networker's Guide
Book website: http://www.freebsd-corp-net-guide.com
>> After downloading the new FBSD 4.5 iso install image from ftp.freebsd.org
>> Burned CD and built floppies to boot system with. (non-bootable CD-drive)
>> deleted old install of FBSD 4.4 from Toshiba Satellite Pro 405, (that ran
>> Did the same type of install that I had for FBSD 4.4, making the same
>> of choices.
>> As soon as sysinstall starts to copy files, after the disclaimer, it
>> with an error saying,
>> ERROR>>> "The disk in the drive appears to be an Audio disk"
>> I have burned a new CD from the ISO image and it does the same thing.
>> The CD data seems to be fine when I check it on a wintel box, thats how
>> floppies were made.
>> Nothing on the CD shows up as Audio on the wintel box either.
>> Thanks, any help would be great.
>> ps. I have looked through the documentation and not found anything like