I'm trying to create a live USB to install Mint 16. My laptop can boot from USB 100% ( I have installed windows 7 from USB)
The problem is, whenever I use any tool to create a live USB to install Ubuntu or Mint. I can see all the files in syslinux folder and I can read syslinux.cfg, but whenever I remove the USB and open syslinux folder I find it empty.
I have tried:
⠀1. LilI USB
⠀3. Universal USB Creator
⠀6. Live USB install
All with the same results, having syslinux folder empty ONLY after removing the USB or when rebooting.
In some of the tools mentioned above, the syslinux.cfg is placed in the root of my USB, and it won't be deleted, but the file content will be "null null null null"
⠀1. I double checked md5 on all the ISOs
⠀2. Created the USB using Ubuntu 10.04 using the latest UNetbootin
⠀3. I have used the same USB stick (thumb drive) to install a previous Linux Mint on another laptop
⠀4. I have tried more than one USB stick (thumb drive)
Error messages encountered:
No DEFAULT or UI configuration directive found!