- Create a new live USB using startup disk creator from ubuntu 12.04 if available.
Start with a new USB stick or erase an existing one first and format it with a FAT filesystem
Choose the ubuntu-13.10-desktop-amd64.iso
Choose your newly formatted USB stick
Choose when starting up from this disk Documents and settings will be discarded to avoid creating a persistence file.
Continue making the stick entering the root password when prompted to insure the boot loader is installed.
Eject the stick when complete using the appropriate button on the nautilus side panel.
Safely remove the stick by powering it down using the disk utility.
Insert the stick in an available USB port. Check your system manual for the key to choose boot device (Often F12)
Choose the USB stick you just created from the menu.
The system should boot. If it doesn't, contact Jetway for further assistance. There own product page indicates that you must be able to boot from a DOS partition To upgrade the BIOS so this should do the trick.
Be patient. The screen may blank and then return.
Full disclosure: I tested this process on an Acer D270 netbook which has the same processor. YMMV
Insure you have at least 2GB of available RAM for installing ubuntu 13.10 64 bit
You appear to be having a problem with the video drivers based on the video from your phone in your comment. Lubuntu or Xubuntu might be a better choice for the limited capabilities of the cederview graphics.