On Tue, Nov 22, 2011 at 5:55 PM, Rohan McLeod <rhn(a)jeack.com.au> wrote:
due to a problem with the USB DVD/ RW burner that I used to use for
booting my eeePC 900;
with various exotic OS's;
I have of late been trying to 'burn' ISO files to flash-cards and USB
sticks ie. SD memory.
If I boot with EASEUS on a USB stick I can create an ISO image of a
but when I come to 'burn' that image to a USB stick ; even when they do
burn they mostly
Try UNetbootin... will take most ISO files and create a bootable USB
device, is cross platform on *nix Mac and windows and you can have download
an ISO of common distros or use ones you allready have works by automagic
just click and go and it will extract the iso
........... obviously there is some complication which I am not
thanks Rohan McLeod
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