Ubuntu file corrupted?

Asked by Joshua Marchant on 2012-02-25

I just finished installing Ubuntu to duel-boot with my windows machine.

I installed Ubuntu on an external hard drive.

Whenever I try to boot Ubuntu it says that the file has been corrupted.

I prefer not to download it again, and I'm not excited to put Ubuntu on my C:.

Is there any way to repair the file and still be able to boot Ubuntu from my external hard drive?

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Sam_ (and-sam) said : #1

Did you verify integrity of the downloaded .iso file? It's also recommended to burn the .iso slowly.
Note section: Standard Installation

Well it sure felt slow! Haha!
How do I verify integrity of the download?

Sam_ (and-sam) said : #3

Would be nice when you read the link provided in #1.
Then you'd have found this one.
-- Verifying disk and data integrity --

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