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Alberto Salvia Novella (es20490446e) wrote on 2015-09-26: #8 Then in bug #1446646: 1. Perhaps this is a completely different problem, or perhaps it is related, who knows. So we have to say NO to usb-creator-gtk! Thanks to Praveen B - your comment workaround helped me install the working package from Vivid Vervet, and all worked again. have a peek here

sudodus (nio-wiklund) wrote on 2015-09-25: #6 I am trying now to find something that works - call it workaround or whatever. I've read about some computers not bening able to boot usb hard drives and only zip format usbs or something( sorry for vagueness!)and the bios on all the computers that it sakitech 263,150 views 15:30 Cómo crear un USB Booteable con Ubuntu usando Unetbootin - Duration: 16:23. Ultimately, I had to create a vivid boot key then upgrade the system with do-release-upgrade to wily.

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I am trying to create usb with Puppy (tahr-6.0.5_PAE.iso) from Lubuntu (Ubuntu 15.10). Now doing the dd option directly instead. In dual-boot situations, you should generally install Linux on a computer after you install Windows.

Peter Anvin et al Boot error pablomme (pablomme) wrote on 2015-10-27: #30 Quick note: flashing 15.04 from 15.10 does work (useful if you just need a more-or-less recent live environment) Mauro Slimey 17,414 views 12:51 Install Ubuntu Linux using a bootable USB Flash Drive on any Computer - Duration: 15:30. Sign in to make your opinion count. Make Ubuntu Usb Bootable Working...

I just played around the usb setting in bios. Boot Error Usb Windows 7 failsafeX: Boots your computer in a failsafe graphic mode. mkusb worked fine. This means that I have installed your software on both Linux and Windows and the same boot error comes up when I boot on either of the 2 windows machines.

Dell Inspiron 530s Intel® Viiv™ Core™ 2 Duo E6850 Processor (3.00GHz,1333MHz,4MB cache) Ubuntu Studio 8.04 64-bit & Vista 32 bit(dual boot) Adv Reply June 26th, 2012 #5 AgentZ86 View Profile Ubuntu 15.10 Usb Boot Error A stick created with dd works. The solution given by Mauro Rossi (comment #31) works for me (creating the live usb with UNetbootin). If you need to reset your password, click here.

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Working... It is not affected by this bug. Boot Error Usb Unetbootin Sign in 5 0 Don't like this video? Ubuntu Usb Boot Error Pierre van Male (vmalep) wrote on 2016-01-03: #45 Hi, Unable to create any Live USB from a Ubuntu 15.10 install.

Another user reported a case with amd64 (in 15.04), so the bug seems to affect both architectures. navigate here This bug affects the Startup Disk Creator, but there are other tools, that are *not* affected, for example mkusb in Ubuntu and Win32 Disk Imager in Windows. Simon Lynch (simon-lynch) wrote on 2015-10-23: #16 amd64 15.10 image from 15.10 on USB - on Thinkpad T550 (using several variation of BIOS settings) - several USBs with different formats "SYSLINUX Brugbart 3,885 views 2:01 How to SOLVE BOOT PROBLEMS in Ubuntu (kernel panic, noapic, acpi=off etc) - Duration: 5:22. Usb Boot Error Loading Operating System

UbuntuCommunityAsk!DeveloperDesignDiscourseHardwareInsightsJujuShopMore ›AppsHelpForumLaunchpadMAASCanonical current community chat Ask Ubuntu Ask Ubuntu Meta your communities Sign up or log in to customize your list. I installed 15.04 on hard drive, then upgraded. –mxdsp Nov 21 '15 at 11:47 add a comment| protected by Byte Commander Mar 8 at 7:33 Thank you for your interest in Registration is quick, simple and absolutely free. Check This Out Robert Tari (robert-tari) wrote on 2015-10-24: #22 Same here.

I used http://www.pendrivelinux.com/create-...sb-in-windows/ to create mine but perhaps you can look around for some other methods that don't involve Windows! Syslinux 6.03 Edd Boot Error Watch Queue Queue __count__/__total__ Find out whyClose Ubuntu 15.10 USB Boot Error solved 2016 Christopher Lewis SubscribeSubscribedUnsubscribe2020 Loading... Shake the Future 91,697 views 3:19 instalar ubuntu linux en una usb y utilizala en cualquier pc - Duration: 13:56.

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GRUB can also boot Windows for you, so you'll still be able to boot into Windows after you install GRUB. After researching around I then found the HP utility that sets up the USB drive for booting. asked 11 months ago viewed 41763 times active 1 month ago Blog International salaries at Stack Overflow Linked 0 how do i format my usb stick Related 1Installation from USB flash Syslinux Boot Error Usb I even downgraded syslinux* to those in vivid and it still did not work.

fsck: Performs a file system check, which scans the computer's file systems for errors and automatically fixes them. Anyway try a different setting and see if that works. Now I have upgraded to Wily on two laptops and subsequently created startup pen drives a total of 10+ times, using 4 different physical pen drives. this contact form For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration.

Tommy Huff 2,155 views 4:07 How to Create a Bootable Ubuntu 13.10 USB Flash Drive - Duration: 7:59. Should be USB-HDD on newer machines, but not on the dell inspiron 530s, vostro 410 and vostro 210 aparently!!! When I try to restart the computer with the USB in, I get the Dell start up screen, and then a black screen with "Boot Error" in the top right hand Nothing else.

Both did not work. Browse other questions tagged boot usb dell inspiron or ask your own question. How to translate "stretch goals" to Esperanto? sudodus (nio-wiklund) wrote on 2015-10-24: #23 Oh yes, there are ways around this bug.

This would indicate that the stick is valid but that there is a problem with the handoff from the bios to the usb drive. Ubuntu should find your existing installation and give you a "Reinstall Ubuntu" option. from this USB thumb drive, booting aborts immediately with "Boot error". I should mention that I had to erase the sticks with the Ubuntu "disks" utility as the "erase disk" function in usb-creator-gtk would not clear the drive for me, giving me

Might have to get a mini cd for carrying plop with me! Thnx! 1. It's ok if you see /dev/sdc1, but this should not be mounted before writing to /dev/sdc. What do you say ?

I've re-done the USB with UnetbootIN, but still getting the same response. more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed I used liveusb-creator-3.2.zip on Windows XP to create a bootable Fedora 9 image on a 4GB flash drive. If you can't boot anything -- not even a USB drive or CD -- you may need to configure the boot order in your BIOS.

I have an Acer Aspire One NetBook that I have loaded both Ubuntu 11.10 and 11.4 using USB.