unable to find ISO on mythbuntu install

Bug #922655 reported by Christopher Barden on 2012-01-27
This bug affects 2 people
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Bug Description

Using an Acer Aspire One netbook. Still has OEM recovery partition on it. Install runs fine but fails to find ISO when rebooted to finish the installation. Specs of the system are as follows.
Windows 7 Starter
Intel Atom N450
2GB Ram
160 GB HDD 83GB free before Wubi install.

Diskpart info
List Volume
Volume--0--NONE--SYSTEM RESE--NTFS--Partition-101 MB--Healthy--System
Volume--1--C-------Acer--------------NTFS--Partition-136 GB--Healthy---Boot
Volume--2--NONE--PQSERVICE-----NTFS--Partition--12 GB--Healthy---Hidden

List Partition
Partition # Type Size Offset
Partition 1 Recovery 12 GB 31 KB
Partition 2 Primary 101 MB 12 GB
Partition 3 Primary 136 GB 12 GB

I was wondering if the Wubi installer was not finding the Recovery partition and assigning the wrong sda to the mounting of the ISO and if so how to get around the issue.

I downloaded the 32bit Mythbuntu iso and extracted wubi.exe from it into the same subdirectory as the iso. I used wubi.exe --32bit on the run menu.

This is my initial post on askubuntu

I have already run a chkdsk /r and it still happens.

bcbc (bcbc) wrote :

I found the same problem - 11.10 32-bit mythbuntu ISO run with wubi.exe in the same folder. I ended up in an initramfs prompt - it seemed unable to mount the partition containing the installation.iso.

Changed in wubi:
status: New → Confirmed
tags: added: oneiric
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