When installing windows on a multidrive/boot system you can sometimes get this rather cryptic error message. It relates to how Windows setup sees your Drive partitions. There are two was to solve it;
1) Disconnect all drives from your PC except the one you are installing Windows on.
2) Enter your BIOS and set the hard drive you are installing Windows on to be the top-priority drive.
Either of those should fix the error message.
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Channel 4’s superb 4OD allows us irish folks to watch all programs on the site while for other reasons the BBC wont allow anyone outside the uk too.
After a bit of research and googling i found and tried a way that does work at least if your in Ireland. Full credit goes to a boards.ie member but heres how to;
Originally Posted by joeyamg
Looked at various ways of doing this, best free way I’ve found for getting iplayer to work:
Step 1: Download and install the latest stable release of Tor using the default options. Run setup and make sure you’re connected to the network. Green onion will appear in system tray if it is working ok.
Step 2: Download and install mgeni, it’s a browser that uses the Tor network to allow you to choose what country you want to route through.
Little bit slow loading webpages (maybe turn off image loading) but video feed is perfect (I’ve only got a 7mb connection). Much easier than messing with foxy proxy or whatever else.
*Doesn’t work for hulu unfortunately
After you get the above software to work wich is easy enough you should be able to watch programs from the BBC site.
While at college or work its a real pain when you login to have to open up 3 different websites and maybe 2 more applications.
Well with a simple “batch” file you can do it all. Simply open notepad and paste the following code into it and save it as “.bat” file then double click it to run it and hey presto no more annoying websites to have to type in, feel free to change the website address to what ever you want.
Heres a good article on how to get the popular Linux distrubtion “Ubunto” installed on a Windows PC without any hassle on formatting or Dual Booting using Microsofts Virtual PC.