On Fri, Feb 22, 2008 at 05:14:41PM -0500, Christopher Copeland wrote:
> On 22 Feb 2008, at 16:25, Sauro Cesaretti wrote:
> > Exactly, I'm sorry, It doesn't make the boot stage.
> > When I select the boot device, It didn't give any message, it just
> > start the
> > other distro installed in the hdd.
> > Maybe the boot disk is not created properly.
> > Thank you again and I'm sorry for the last message
> > regards, Sauro
> There we go! As Gerald stated, it's much easier to give you help when
> you describe the error.. however you've not really provided a great
> deal of information. The answers to these questions would be a good
> starting point:
> 1. Does the USB disk you made correctly boot another computer? (if
> 2. Have you tried using a different source iso? Or repeating the
> creation of the USB disk?
> I have installed ubuntu on several Eees and also used the
> isotostick.sh method. However I used the desktop install CD rather
> than the alternate CD you are using.
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