I don't understand how to open and use Syslinux so that it can create a bootable USB. I am not familiar with a lot of the language on the standard answers, so less tech is better. I downloaded version 3.11 and opened and extracted it with Bitzipper: that works. The procedure I am trying to follow says this:
"Download Syslinux-this is a utility that will make the FAT32 partition of your USB stick bootable. With the Windows Command Prompt, cd over to the "win32" subdirectory of the Syslinux directory you downloaded and type the following, where "F:" is the drive letter for the TYPE11 partition on your USB stick:
syslinux -ma F:"
I can't find a win32 subdirectory, and I can't get the syslinux.exe file to run. Is there a different version of syslinux I need to find? thanks, DM