I was able to figure out how to get the installer going when I booted to the USB, but I got stuck because when you get to the partitioning page, it is showing the entire physical disk and not just the partition that I have in boot menu
I looked at your article, and that procedure seems a little "scary", especially wiping out the MBR, etc., so I have to think about it more
TeraByte Support wrote:
> try a different disk, or SAO mode, or different disk type, or updating the
> drives firmware.
> As far as installing centos for use with BIBM, see
> "ohaya" wrote in message news:firstname.lastname@example.org...
> I have BIBM installed and am trying to install CENTOS 7.
> I first tried the installation after creating a bootable USB from the ISO,
> but the installation hangs with a last message "assuming drive cache".
> So, I tried to use burncdcc64 to burn the ISO to a DVD+R, and burncdcc64
> said that it wouldn't fit on the DVD+R, but the ISO filesize is < 4.3 GB.
> Why is burncdcc564 indicating that the ISO is too large and what can I do
> burn the ISO?\\