USB drive prepared for installation of Kubuntu 9.10, but laptop does not boot from it.

Jerry Lapham rjlapham at gmail.com
Wed Dec 23 19:53:39 GMT 2009


On Wednesday 23 December 2009 11:09:43 am Steve wrote:

> On Wed, 23 Dec 2009 12:07:14 -0000, Bas Roufs <basroufs at gmail.com> wrote:
> >  The laptop has 4  USB 2.0 access points. In the BIOS, I have put
> > 'removable devices' aat the top of the list of items to boot from.
> 
> Have you tried all 4 USB ports and/or another flash drive.
> 
> > When doing so after putting the USB stick in the laptop, the set-up
> > software DOES recognise the presence of the USB stick.
> > However, it still does not boot there.
> 
> It will recognise the existence of a USB device but, it’s probably
> expecting either a HD or CD/DVD drive.
> 
Just because the operating system can recognize a USB device doesn't mean the 
BIOS can.  My Acer laptop I got in 2005 doesn't have an entry in SETUP for 
booting to a USB device.

	-Jerry
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