其它的我就不译了，只说说我的做法，进入安装选择页面，停在第一个选项上面 F6 然后在最后面（--的后面）加上 acpi＝off 回车，OK！ 这种方法适合我， 如果不行，可以试试其它的。 好运哦！！
Beware that the different workarounds are in no particular order and as such it might not be better to try the first first. Rather read the entire list and try those which make sense on your setup(No point in trying to remove USB devices if non are attached).
* Use evms_activate -- I couldn't get this to work but it only seems that this worked for shoeshinecs give his instructions a look here: http://www.ubuntuforums.org/showpost...25&postcount=3
* Remove all USB devices -- Didn't work for me, but worked for several people. A number of people have responded that this is not an option since they need their USB devices. Please beware that according to PirahnaBreaks after the installer had booted he could plug in all his USB devices again. He also reported that he had no problems when he tried to boot the installed system with USB devices plugged in. http://ubuntuforums.org/showpost.php...6&postcount=45
* Disable USB2 in the BIOS -- I didn't try this, but it should be related to the solution mentioned above
* Just wait -- This seemed to work for a number of people, after waiting for 10 or more minutes with errors, the installer suddenly contined. However this didn't work for me
* Give irqpoll as a boot option -- This worked for some including me, others have reported that it helped to use noapic and nolapic too. I still had to wait a few minutes like in the solution above. Other boot options of use might be acpi=off pci=noacpi noacpi
* bobt reported that for him none of the above boot options worked, but instead adding ide=nodma as a boot option worked.
* Patrick mentioned adding root= as a boot option had worked for him -- I haven't tried this but apparently it gave him problems when trying to boot the installed system. However these problems were solved by following ubuntu_demon's guide in the following post http://www.ubuntuforums.org/showpost...7&postcount=76
* Using a different CD drive -- I haven't tried this but it would sound logical since it arises from those Buffer I/O errors on the CD-rom drive. It also worked for Xombox's set of errors. I don't know if the drive will be usable after install though.
* If all else fails the alternate install disc should work.
* Mjziegle mentioned something about a raid problem of his which had simmilar symptoms, http://www.ubuntuforums.org/showpost...1&postcount=65
If anybody has any additional fixes or tips please either post them at this thread: http://www.ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=186115
or PM me then I will try to keep this post up to date.
I hope this will be of help to some of you.