N/APosted on - 05/29/2012
While installing Ubuntu 12.04 on MacBook4,1 (currently Mac OS X 10.7, Windows 7, and Ubuntu 10.04 installed) using the 64-bit DVD ISO. The Install window is hanging after the network configuration screen where it can be chosen whether to connect to WiFi or not. Eventually the Install window is becoming frozen.
Any ideas how to solve?
Installation of Ubuntu 12.04 on Macbook4,1 Hangs after Network Configuration Screen
If you are running 3 operating systems on your MacBook 4.1, be sure that you followed all the right procedures in installing and in making a multi-boot system.
I don’t have any experience making a multiple-boot computer creating it across different operating systems. I always do multiple-boot system before because of the program limitations or incompatibility that I usually encountered but I do it under 1 operating system only in different versions.
Like for example, Windows XP, and Windows Millennium, this is the usual partner I used before.
But here you did it across 3 different platforms. I think there is something wrong on the procedure that you did. But if you are sure that you did it the proper way then don’t install Ubuntu yet.
Check your computer first for any possible errors. Use a disk utility application to check the system. For a much thorough diagnostics on the system, use a disk utility application like PC Tools Performance Toolkit.
Try installing Ubuntu again after this.