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comment Cannot boot from USB created by Startup Disk Creator
I have tried that, my computer's boot menu key is normally ESC. This is what happens on my computer when I try to boot from the created USB key: 1. I plug the USB drive into the USB port, and then turn on the computer. 2. After a beep, the BIOS screen shows. I tried all keys, including ESC, F8, F12 and others but nothing happens. If I leave the computer on it's own, the BIOS screen just stays there, forever. This doesn't happen without the USB drive.
Nov
15
comment Cannot boot from USB created by Startup Disk Creator
Yes, I have tried another USB drive. I can't go into the BIOS settings, the computer is stuck.
Nov
15
comment Cannot boot from USB created by Startup Disk Creator
My computer uses BIOS. I have tried this. Every time I plug the USB drive in and boot, it's stuck on the BIOS POST screen.
Nov
15
comment Cannot boot from USB created by Startup Disk Creator
@KGIII Yes, this is on 15.10
Nov
15
revised Cannot boot from USB created by Startup Disk Creator
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Sep
20
revised unloggable machine after login trashed by sudo startx
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20
answered unloggable machine after login trashed by sudo startx
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comment Diskfilter writes are not supported > What triggers this error?
Still not fixed in Ubuntu Desktop 15.04...
Aug
25
accepted `sudo`, `gksu` and `gksudo` without password
Aug
24
comment `sudo`, `gksu` and `gksudo` without password
@muru How to get this behavior in Ubuntu?
Aug
24
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Aug
24
comment `sudo`, `gksu` and `gksudo` without password
@AnwarShah In Fedora, the lines with "NOPASSWD" in /etc/sudoers are commented out. Also, you can easily reproduce this Fedora behavior. Get a fresh Fedora installation, use sudo passwd -d to delete admin account. Log in to the admin account without a password and, for example, click "Unlock" in "User Accounts" (or "Users" or something similar) within "System Settings". It won't ask the password.
Aug
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