Boot Error Usb Ubuntu 12.04
Thread Tools Show Printable Version Subscribe to this Thread… Display Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Switch to Threaded Mode January 17th, 2009 #1 tiger.woods View Profile View Forum Posts Private Loading... The 'grub-n-iso' method uses grub2 to boot from an iso file, so once you have such a USB pendrive, you can boot most Intel and AMD computers that can run a What should I do? have a peek here
Set up your firmware (BIOS) to boot the disk in UEFI mode (see the "Identifying if the computer boots the HDD in UEFI mode" paragraph below) Then: nothing special is required Colonists kill beasts, only to discover beasts were killing off immature monsters Folding Numbers What is the difference between "shutdown /r" and "shutdown /g"? And a USB 3 flash drive has much faster flash hardware, and it is usually specified. Ubuntu should find your existing installation and give you a "Reinstall Ubuntu" option.
Then reboot the computer. Most importantly I could install 12.04 on other systems by same usb. Repair GRUB If You Can't Access It RELATED ARTICLEHow to Repair GRUB2 When Ubuntu Won't Boot If you can't access GRUB, you'll need to repair it. sudodus (nio-wiklund) wrote on 2015-10-24: #23 Oh yes, there are ways around this bug.
General principles To install Ubuntu in UEFI mode: Use a 64bit disk of Ubuntu. (Ubuntu32bit cannot be easily installed in UEFI mode. From here, you can mount the file system in write-mode and run commands that may help fix problems with the system. That iso file is dated August 5. Start Boot-Repair, click on "Advanced options", go to the "GRUB location" tab.
Right click on the xenial iso file, open with disk image writer, choose youre usb drive and click Start Restoring. Next time when u give answer, include ur system configuration too. –beeju Apr 29 '12 at 18:44 MAke sure your BIOS is trying to boot from that particular device. Tested with unetbootin 608-1 installed through USC, writing to usb succeeded but usb is not bootable! Be sure to remember your hidden configuration files if you want to back those up, too.
Some other UEFIs propose an "UEFI/Legacy Boot:" option with the following choices: [Legacy only], [UEFI only] and [Both]. Help! sudodus (nio-wiklund) wrote on 2015-09-25: #6 I am trying now to find something that works - call it workaround or whatever. If the PC does not load Ubuntu, boot your PC using the Live CD/DVD or Live USB and choose "Try Ubuntu" once again.
Some computer hardware and some operating systems have issues with certain ports. navigate here See this link to the release notes. The process finishes and when I try to boot a "boot error" message is displayed. Macs can also boot a disk in BIOS mode, which works around the issue.
Thnx! 1. You can get this ISO file via this torrent file and the torrent client should check the md5sum automatically. Some USB pendrives and computers 'do not like each other'. Check This Out Is there native cuisine that is typical for Western Ukraine/Galicia, but not for the rest of Ukraine?
Try Universal USB Installer. boot laptop and got "boot error", 3. Actually I also tried to create it from 14.04.
And if there was not any UEFI partition on your HDD, you first will have to create it (see the "Creating an UEFI partition" paragraph below).
What worked (only for 2 of them) was usb-creator-gtk with sudo and not persistent, it also worked typing live when another "no image found" appeared that offered the grub terminal. The usb manufacture is sony. Sign in to report inappropriate content. Notes about bootability Most but not all USB pendrives are reliable for booting, even many of the slower ones, and they are much cheaper, and should be OK particularly for regular
Created a 15.10 USB on 15.04 and I am stuck with the above mentioned error. gparted In order to re-use the stick after installing Ubuntu, just format it completely (including MBR) using gparted in Ubuntu or Disk Management in Windows. However, the 'grub-n-iso' and 'grub-n-iso-swap' USB boot drives use the standard Lubuntu desktop iso file without any fake-PAE installed, and it can boot almost all computers, that can run 32-bit systems, this contact form And some USB pendrives just have issues also.
Darko Veberic (darko-veberic-ung) wrote on 2015-12-07: #39 the key made with the startup disk creator does not work, even on old hardware. Unetbootin and Startup Disk Creator failed to make a bootable USB However, here a workaround that worked for me. I'm now suspecting the issue is my PC. –Jon Ball Jul 25 '12 at 10:05 have you tried changing your Bios mode from legacy to UEFI ? –user441517 Dec See this link Howto help USB boot drives Alternative methods PLoP Boot Manager Some computers can see the USB flash drive and have the option to boot from USB but cannot
You may have to format it using Windows Explorer in order for it to show up in a creator tool. Hot Network Questions How to detect whether a user is using USB tethering? I wish I had found your comment a few hours earlier... Duplicate of bug #1507002 Remove Convert to a question Link a related branch Link to CVE You are not directly subscribed to this bug's notifications.
There were no error messages during the usb-creator-gtk session, just an unbootable USB stick as a result. If a package failed to install properly and your system doesn't work because of it, this may help.