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Trying to boot Puppy Linux 5.2 from a usb but it takes foreever on searching for puppy files in computer disk drives. How can I skip this? I tried "puppy ...
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    How to skip "searching for puppy..."


    Trying to boot Puppy Linux 5.2 from a usb but it takes foreever on searching for puppy files in computer disk drives. How can I skip this? I tried "puppy acpi=off, puppy acpi=force, and puppy pfix=ram" nothing works, it's taking forever. It's a first time boot, and I need help quick.

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    try puppy pmedia=usbflash
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