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I wanted to install Linux on my Windows10 and I used UltraISO to burn ubuntu-18.04-desktop-amd64 to the bootable USB(FAT32, 32GB). But every time I entered the boot menu either the USB option disappears so I need to go to the AppMenu to reset everything again or it says "Failed to load ldlinux.c32".

I did browse question posted online but I couldn't find a really suitable solution. Can anyone help me solve this problem? Thanks a lot!

This is my laptop's system information

This is the change I made to BOOT option

Evrytime restart the USB option disappears so I need to reset it

Failed to load after proper setup

  • did you try another thumbdrive? – Phillip -Zyan K Lee- Stockmann May 3 '18 at 8:10
  • @Phillip-ZyanKLee-Stockmann just did but still won't work...just bought this one yesterday so I assumed it's not the reason. Also, I just used UNetbootin and after pressing Enter to boot the USB the screen just turns to black while an underscore keeps flashing. Does this mean the installation not correct? – Danni May 3 '18 at 10:51
  • This can mean many things: broken USB port, corrupt iso image, some other hardware defect, driver incompatibility,... – Phillip -Zyan K Lee- Stockmann May 4 '18 at 12:07
  • @Phillip-ZyanKLee-Stockmann ok thanks gonna take a look at these problems – Danni May 4 '18 at 16:33
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Solved it! Turns out it's the UltraISO's problem. It all turned out after I switched to the Win32 Disk Imager.

(But still, don't know why this is the issue because I saw some comments that if you get "Failed to load" then it's basically UltraISO's fault. Love to know some explanations.)

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