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Old 15th June 2011, 03:02 AM
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Unhappy Fedora 15 USB Boot problem :(

Hello all.

Recently I installed Fedora 15 on my system, I enjoyed it but since I cannot compile any Java files or work out how to fix my PATH java variable I wanted to go back to ubuntu.

I could not find any way of making a ubuntu USB from fedora so I used my windows PC.

However now when I go to my boot menu my USB now comes up as a Floppy and will not boot!

Instad of: USB HDD Sandisk etc...

It comes up with FLOPPY Sandisk

And when I boot it I get "Boot Error" and it boots into fedora again.

Please help, I only wanted to try fedora not break all booting from USBs!

---- Solved ----

I used UNetBootn to create a USB From fedora, This worked and it correctly booted USBs again.

Last edited by Fungle123; 15th June 2011 at 04:46 PM. Reason: Issue Solved
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