I have just created a bootable USB stick with the new ubuntu 16.04 iso. The md5 check gives me that everything is fine with the iso I make it from, but when I check for errors on the USB pendrive. I get a message that there are two errors.
Is there a way to find out what errors I have on the pendrive and how to fix them?
I have decided to do the same with a linux mint iso file that previously I used for an installation (and back then it didnt give me a hard time, nor any errors). After the MD5 check (which gave me no errors either) I installed it on a pendrive using the startup disk creator (usb-creator-gtk). When I checked the pendrie for erros....I got 68 errors. So, something has gone during the installation (using usb-creator-gtk).
So, I decided to run the usb-creator-gtk from the terminal and check for any error messages. During the installation I get this message:
I am wondering if something is not okay with the actual pendrive.
Gparted gives me this info on it:
Any ideas what the solution could be?