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#1 gsock

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Posted 22 May 2011 - 01:57 PM

I am at the Disk Utility Restore menu and when I press restore, I get:

"Restore Failure: Could not find any scan information. The source image needs to be imagescanned before it can be restored."

When I click on the .iso then verify, I get this message:

"Unable to verify: Leopard beta.iso. (the image has no checksum information to verify).

Any help?

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Posted 30 May 2011 - 04:41 PM

bump.... Anyone? I really need to fix my computer.

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Posted 30 May 2011 - 08:36 PM

First, you are using Leopard Beta. Don't use that. It's old, has gaping security flaws, and no up-to-date patches. You've probably got it from TPB, or a similar place. So the image quality is questionable.

Are you trying to make an install disk from an ISO, from disk manager, from the install routine? If so try burning an install disk on another system. With OS X, like any other operating system, minimal drivers are loaded during install, and not all media formats can be recognized.

Go to where-ever you go. Find a GOOD image, burn it to disk from another system that has a fully intact operating system installed. The problem is either a bad image, or needed drivers to understand the image format are not loaded.




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