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

Bas Roufs basroufs at
Thu Dec 24 14:04:28 UTC 2009

> > You should be able to use a USB CD-Rom drive, assuming the BIOS supports
> it.   If you don't have a USB CD-Rom drive, they can be bought very cheaply,
> I got one for 10 GBP.

The USB CD-Rom drives I have found so far, cost 40 to 60 Euro. So, I am
wondering where exactly it's possible to purchase such an item for 10 GBP -
about 10 to 15 Euro.

So far, I still did not find any possibility to effectively boot from USB at
the laptop I am dealing with in this thread.

Respectfully yours,
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