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Old 24th December 2008, 12:26 PM
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USBLive boot failur from 1GB USB Stick

I've boot Fedora from 1GB USB Stick on my laptop it success, but on my PC it failed

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Searching for Boot Record from USB RMD-FDD.. Ok

SYSLINUX 3.36 0x45ce2f4c CBIOS Copyright (C) 1994 - 2007 ... Peter Anvin ....
Could not find kernel image:linux

Boot:
how I can boot from this usb stick?
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Old 24th December 2008, 10:20 PM
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I did my install from a 2g stick and the initial install work fine. I've got F10.
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Old 25th December 2008, 07:12 PM
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Originally Posted by katrok View Post
I've boot Fedora from 1GB USB Stick on my laptop it success, but on my PC it failed

Code:
Searching for Boot Record from USB RMD-FDD.. Ok

SYSLINUX 3.36 0x45ce2f4c CBIOS Copyright (C) 1994 - 2007 ... Peter Anvin ....
Could not find kernel image:linux

Boot:
how I can boot from this usb stick?
https://fedorahosted.org/liveusb-creator/
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Old 26th December 2008, 09:45 AM
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I does not say it (USBLive) error, it work on my laptop , but not on my PC (Motherboard:ASUS) please read my post again , or my english soo bad so U not understand what I'm said well I'm sorry for that.... cause I'm an Asian

And don't said I've forgot to set BIOS to boot from USB stick

Well thanks for the link


@steelaworkn
basicly it work steelaworkn, but NOT ON MY PC, how do I do to get it work on my PC???

BTW I create it on FC8 base system by using livecd-iso-disk
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Old 26th December 2008, 04:30 PM
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Well, I just went to the Fedora site and loaded it directly from the site to the USB stick. (correction, I download the zip file and follow Fedora's instructions on making the USB. Needless to say, it was a flawless install) I was afraid 2 gs would not be enough, but it was.

I then set my machine to boot from USB as primary. I simply stuck the stick in turn on the PC and it was just a beautiful thing. It just booted to the Stick and I pressed the little Icon for installling on the hard drive. I chose the default installation and went through the simply install process. It was so simple.

All that said, I wonder if you build your boot stick with a 2 gig or large one if it would work better. Seems like some of you boot files may have been acccidently corrupted. If it were me, I'd just try a different stick.
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Old 26th December 2008, 04:57 PM
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I does not say it (USBLive) error, it work on my laptop , but not on my PC (Motherboard:ASUS) please read my post again , or my english soo bad so U not understand what I'm said well I'm sorry for that.... cause I'm an Asian

And don't said I've forgot to set BIOS to boot from USB stick

Well thanks for the link


@steelaworkn
basicly it work steelaworkn, but NOT ON MY PC, how do I do to get it work on my PC???

BTW I create it on FC8 base system by using livecd-iso-disk
So Sorry
I mean ... i use with this it's okey.
i wanna also u.
;'(
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Old 27th December 2008, 05:17 PM
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Re : USBLive boot failur from 1GB USB Stick

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So Sorry
I mean ... i use with this it's okey.
i wanna also u.
;'(
it OK... but I'm confused why this stick can boot FC10 on my laptop but not on my PC, and I wanna U know I created thi USBLive on my PC

I have try another one stick too, did I must try different 10 stick I think my PC was broken...

hahaha forgot it... I don't really need it I'm just confused with my PC


anyway thanks....
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Old 9th January 2009, 09:54 PM
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Sometimes you have to go into the BIOS of the computer and configure it to boot to USB. Some computers do this automatically. Others have to be told. I had to tell mine to do that. After that, I just rebooted to the Live USB and it worked well.
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