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So, anyone know what do from this message? I posted yesterday, but I will just repost.

BusyBox v1.1.3 (Debian 1:1.1.3-5ubuntu12) Built-in shell (ash)
Enter 'help' for a list of built-in commands.

(initramfs)

Like I said, im new to Linux and I would love to get to learn how to make the most out of Linux and I know you guys know what you are talking about.

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It doesn't give an error? Just goes to that screen?

You may also want to put a post up on the ubuntu forums. The linux knowledge on these forums may be less than it seems, and google seems to suggest that the prompt you are seeing is a feature of ubuntu rather than being a common linux feature.
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Yes, it just shows the loading screen as if Ubuntu is starting up and goes to that. I did have errors before hand that were related to my floppy being enabled when I don't have one but that is fixed now and I get this. I did post on Ubuntuforums.com also and have yet to come up with a solution this problem. I am however not the only one thank goodness so maybe a fix might be more likely.

What I got from the ubuntu forums so far was that this means that it didn't install completely and it seems that way when I start back up into windows and files that 'should' be there are not and when typing in a few commands that were suggested to me it gives me about 25 lines of this along with a few other things.

/init: /init: 1: cannot open /dev/scd0: No medium found

I also got from there forums that RAID0 is not supported..?? I am not sure if that is true or not. I don't have it installed on a RAID, but I DO have RAID0 in the system and it is active when I try to startup and install Ubuntu so go figure...

Thanks for your help btw and anything else is appreciated.

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