You'll probably have to re create your live/boot pendrive, sounds like something has made it un bootable, either not set as a boot disk in the partitioner, or something has overwritten the mbr.
I have made many Live USB Fedora (F11-F15) bootable pendrive OSs but have always ultimately had to burn the Live iso to a CD first -
I for sure will do that again - if necessary, but now,
I have been trying and really would like to get a bootable (1GB) Fedora 17 KDE stick without first burning the iso to a CD
I have the F17 KDE Live iso downloaded and have made the UNetbootin executable just
I've some question regarding bootable pendrive and ISO.
How to make a normal ISOimage(just containing folders) or USB boot-able ,if one wants to do it manually, how to do it ?
what is difference in BOOTSECTOR of normal pendrive and a bootable pendrive ?
What if I have UBUNTU ISO(not a LIVE-CD) with all it's content, how to make it bootable?
And I've followed all instructions, but I don't get how I'm supposed to boot my USB pendrive. Ubuntu 13.04 is already in it, I created this bootable pendrive with Unetbootin. But when I restart my computer, the pendrive doesn't boot and my Windows 8 is loaded.
Normally when i run virt install, I boot initially from the network, by installing from source, and also including a "--disk" option. The way i do it is described here ( in the "root" of this question which i dont have the answer to).