I've been trying to install Ubuntu for last 2 days, and have gone through many webpages for help with no avail.
Here's what I did:
Unetbootin and used it to mount the 12.10 Desktop Edition
.iso file to 4GB USB. The computer i'm trying to install does not support USB booting. But by going to Hard Drives --> Extra Plugin in boot many(F12), it does allow USB booting. and it opens and shows the error
invalid or corrupt kernal image boot:.
I guess if I give the directive to the booting file which it asks for, it will allow me to install. Or what should I do to install it? This same error has shown before when I tried to install it through CD.
The above method is what I tried last. I have tried many ways. By using USB Installer, the error is
UI Directive not found, or something like that. It was caused by my USB being NTFS.
Edit: I formatted my USB to FAT32. My C:/ is already FAT32.