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congratulations for launching the new version! Yesterday I tried to install on 2 notebooks and in both the installation presented problems, I attached photos of some errors. In both I have used elementary 5.1 and 5.8 and the test mode of 6.0 worked but still could not install

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  • thanks, fix it using gpt system on my new notebook, apparently it was my mistake, anyway thanks for the answer!
    – Ignacio
    Aug 15 at 21:01
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It cannot write to the volume because of some error with LVM. Go into the demo mode of the installer, open the terminal, and wipe the volume using the 'wipefs' command (sudo wipefs /dev/mapper/data_BLIn8 or whatever the original name/location of the volume is). For good measure, you might want to write a new filesystem (sudo mkfs -t ext4 -f /dev/mapper/data_BLIn8).

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  • I have a very similar problem, and found at least one more here on SE yesterday. It doesn't seem to be an issue with the target disk since wipefs or recreating the install partition with gparted doesn't solve it (for me at least).
    – biemster
    Aug 12 at 12:11

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