I'm trying to boot Xubuntu from USB Flash Drive on my old laptop Fujitsu-Siemens but it shows "Missing Operating system. Operating System not found". Although the Flash Drive works on my current laptop.
Can I make DOS USB Flash Drive with (x)Ubuntu Live CD on it?
I tried various windows programs to make a bootable USB, and Xubuntu Startup-disk without success.
Booted Xubuntu from USB Drive from Windows 8 on Toshiba Satelite C55D laptop.
Wiped Windows 8 and installed Xubuntu.
After installation when the restart is prompted in order to use system,
it goes to grub and says Try Xubuntu, Install Xubuntu like it was never installed.
Installed and ran boot-repair with recommended repair from Try Xubuntu terminal.
It still doesn't boot.
Well i installed Xubuntu on my system having a dual boot with Xubuntu and windows xp but when i select to boot on Xubuntu it freezes and gets a message saying that the file hal.dll in system32 cant be found. Before showing me this message i tryed to uninstall the Xubuntu inside from windows xp because several problems showed up after installing Xubuntu.
I just installed xubuntu in a separate partition on my c drive. Windows xp is in the first partition. Everything went successfull and I allowed the system to update its software. I rebooted the system, but GNU is all that the machine boots to, with no options to boot to xp or xubuntu. I did a FIXMBR to allow access back to XP. What would be the best method re-allow boot to xp or xubuntu?
I recently wiped the hard drive of my Toshiba Satellite E45T-A4200 to remove the pre-installed Windows 8. Next, I installed Windows 7 Ultimate x64 via flash drive, and upon completion I was able to boot to desktop with no issues. Then, from within Windows, I shrunk the partition by 150gb to install Xubuntu.
I have a 4TB NTFS external hard drive that I keep my Movies/TV on it. For some reason, If I boot Xubuntu without the drive plugged-into the computer it will give me an answer along the lines of "Unable to mount /media/tyler/TMC_MASTER_DRIVE the drive is unplugged or unavailable. Please press 'S' to skip mounting or 'M' for manual recovery"