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Been messing with this off and on for the last few days. I can't get Centos to install from USB. I've checked the checksum of the download and it was fine. I've tried using DD, win32 disk imgager, and rukus, none seem to work. It will boot but fails the check. I'm also booting it through UEFI. Anyone else ever have this problem?
 

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Well not sure what exactly made it work this time but used the Fedora USB installer and removed queit so I could see what was happening and the installer booted now.
Weird, I usually boot my boot usbs as legacy not uefi (but then i'll generally format as fat32, uefi is for ntfs yeh?)

What made you chose centos?
 

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Ubuntu, or as I like to call it, PURPLE RAAAA
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Well not sure what exactly made it work this time but used the Fedora USB installer and removed queit so I could see what was happening and the installer booted now.
distro works when you unquiet it... there's a joke to be made here i can feel it
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