I'm using a old pc with Intel Pentium 4, 1gb ram, 200gb HD All this night I tried to boot Ubuntu from USB... I can do this with Windows 7 normally
I tried first using Startup Disk Creator, but freezes. I tried using UNetbootin, freezes too, choosing any option I tried CD, but continues the boot of windows the a I have installed So, I tried booting a Easeus Partition from boot, and work, and I format my disks normally But anyway, when I boot Ubuntu, don't work...
I don't know what I do to install Ubuntu in my PC, I need help...
P.S.: Sorry my english, I'm from Brazil
I'll explain using my language and translated in Google Translate Then again explaining ... I am able to boot the Windows installation via USB, works perfectly, but when I do this using the Ubuntu image, it simply does not start.
I followed all the steps from the Ubuntu site itself to make a bootable usb using the Startup Disk Creator program, I create perfectly and when I boot, just hangs/freezes on a purple screen. So I tried using UNetbootin, I create perfectly on usb but when I boot hangs/freezes on the choice of options. So I finally put the image on a CD of Ubuntu, and also does not work ...
I'm not having trouble creating a bootable USB, but the problem is own boot screen. I chose the option to boot from USB, it recognizes and simply does not work.
I was able to install Ubuntu on my Sony Vaio notebook, but this PC I can not in any way.
I can install windows via usb as many times as I want, but Ubuntu is not working.
P.S.: The same thing happens with the XBMC live