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  1. #1

    Pendrive Trouble

    I was wondering if anyone Knew how to fix this problem. I have a dual-boot of Vista and Gutsy on my PC, Vista is the 32-bit version and Ubuntu is the 64-bit version, not sure if this matters or not. But i followed a tutorial at Pendrivelinux and loaded PCLinuxOS onto a pendrive from their "USB PCLinuxOS 2007 Live install tutorial" anyway everything went well (i did this through windows) the problem comes when i go to boot the drive. My computer starts up as normal I hold down F10 to chose where i want to boot from i scroll down to USB and then it goes to the next page as if it totally disreguarded to command and I am in my normal vista/ ubuntu boot menu. I was wondering if anyone knows how to correct this?

    Thank you for yourtime!

  2. #2
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    Nov 2004
    I'm thinking perhaps the bootloader is not installed on the usb drive so it's not booting from it.

  3. #3
    I did this from the tutorial "run makeboot.bat to make the drive bootable" if that is what you are talking about

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