It's a while that I'm trying to create a bootable USB drive with a Windows on it. I first tried with Unebootin unsuccessfully, I reckon the reason is the fact that the last version doesn't support any ...
I am new to Linux and I have installed recently ubuntu 14.04. I have an .img file of 2GB and I want to make my flash disk bootable with this image. I used the command: dd if=xxx.img of=/dev/sdb1 ...
I have successfully (file created, ubuntu does NOT issue any error messages) created an image from an entire persistent ubuntu live usb.(sdc1) - the file ubuntu1.img is 4.3gb so it is reasonable to ...
As the answers here indicate Ubuntu .iso s are not expected to boot if copied with dd to a USB thumb drive. Now my question is why is so that some Linux distributions have the option to directly write ...
I bought a new computer, removed the Windows disk (as usual) and installed 2 brand new 3TB drives. Installed 11.10 from USB stick, apt-get updates and favorite installs, everything was fine. Then I ...
I was unable to create live USB drive using dd command while unetbootin works. The former method used to work fine on the particular USB Drive. Is the USB drive filesystem corrupted? If yes, how do I ...