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Having Issues Installing Sierra Zone

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Having Issues Installing Sierra Zone

Hello everyone,
I am having an issue with the installation of Sierra zone on this laptop setup:

Lenovo Ideapad 510-15ISK 80SR0087MH with specifications,
Processor: i7-6500U (2.5Ghz, no overclock) with iGPU Intel HD 520
Video Card: Nvidia 940MX
RAM: 2x4GB Ramaxel RMSA3230KE68H9F-2133MHz (Stock RAM, not upgraded)
Wireless Adapter: Lenovo Flex 3-1580 AC 00JT477 (Stock, also not exchanged and runs on Atheros QCA9377 drivers)
Ethernet: Not sure of exact port in use, runs on Realtek PCIe GBE Family Controller
HDD: 1TB WD Drive, partitioned 300GB for Sierra.1z381h2.jpg

The error I receive is at the last part of the Niresh installation. It has already finished the main part of the installation and when it starts to clean files up, I get the error that is shown in the attached image. The rest of the installation works fine. The bootflags I have set to boot are only verbose mode. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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On 4/13/2017 at 11:25 PM, Gengar60 said:

Having Issues Installing Sierra Zone

Hello everyone,
I am having an issue with the installation of Sierra zone on this laptop setup:

Lenovo Ideapad 510-15ISK 80SR0087MH with specifications,
Processor: i7-6500U (2.5Ghz, no overclock) with iGPU Intel HD 520
Video Card: Nvidia 940MX
RAM: 2x4GB Ramaxel RMSA3230KE68H9F-2133MHz (Stock RAM, not upgraded)
Wireless Adapter: Lenovo Flex 3-1580 AC 00JT477 (Stock, also not exchanged and runs on Atheros QCA9377 drivers)
Ethernet: Not sure of exact port in use, runs on Realtek PCIe GBE Family Controller
HDD: 1TB WD Drive, partitioned 300GB for Sierra.1z381h2.jpg

The error I receive is at the last part of the Niresh installation. It has already finished the main part of the installation and when it starts to clean files up, I get the error that is shown in the attached image. The rest of the installation works fine. The bootflags I have set to boot are only verbose mode. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

i am also having the exact same issue in my sierra installation

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