I have a 32 bit 11.10 HDD in my PC, but I'm trying to change to 64 bit so I can take advantage of my 16 gigs of RAM. For some reason, booting from this system, (a gaming PC I built myself) at least, off USB, just will not work. I'm using ISO to USB to create the bootable USB on a 16GB USB flash drive.
When I boot the system off the USB, it starts up, does the normal Ubuntu loading screen, then, instead of loading the desktop, it says "Filesystem not found" or something of the likes. I'm going to put the HDD in an old intel system and try to install it from there. (I've installed Ubuntu on that system before, so I know it works)
Specs of PC:
- CPU-AMD Phenom II x4 965 @3.9GHz
- GPU-ATI Radeon HD 6670
- RAM- 16GB 1600MHz Corsair Vengeance
- MoBo-Gigabyte GA-970A DS3
- PSU-Cooler Master eXtreme 500w
PS- I would like to install 13.04, although I've put the 11.10 64bit ISO on the USB drive, and plan to update it once installed.
I am unable to type help, as the keyboard is disabled at this screen. (can't even toggle num/caps/scroll lock)