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This also happened to me yesterday and I created a new virtual machine and it went to success. Not sure what cause the problem yet.
I've reproduced the same circumstance each time I try. Did you recreate the machine from the same DVD?
There is no need to burn a DVD because Virtualbox can directly mount and boot from the .iso image you downloaded. It is usually a good idea to check the md5 checksum of your download with the number provided by the download page to verify your download is not corrupted. There are no problems installing any version of Oracle Linux under Virtualbox provided you have the right hardware. I suggest to check the Virtualbox documentation.
Note: This is not a Virtualbox forum.