I downloaded a 32 bit Ubuntu desktop edition from its website recently. I used the process of making the ISO image bootable alike I have done on windows 8/7 on my CD/DVD. but, in this Linux platform, I can't make the ISO image (bootable).
Hi I installed ubuntu 12.04 desktop LTS on my PC using bootable usb created using Unibootin.The installation was successful and I used ubuntu for few days.My PC configuration is low ie I have celeron processor with 1 GB ram so the ubuntu was very slow on this machine therefore I decided to go back to windows XP so I created a windows XP bootable USB but I am not able to boot from this USB.I crea
I have downloaded the ubuntu-12.04.4-desktop-1386 ISO image file onto the USB drive. How can I make it bootable? The instructions I read up on appear to be ubuntu programs. So, how do I use XP commands to make it bootable, or is there some software that I can get that will work on XP?
I installed ubuntu 13.10 alongside windows 7 on my laptop and now I have two bootable windows partitions sda1 and sda2. There is a third partition for windows sda3 as recovery.
is this normal after installing a second operating system?
Well, this is my problem.
I have an .iso of MAC OS X that I need to put on my USB to be installed on my macbook.
The problem is I cannot find a suitable program that will perform these functions. I have tried Startup Disk Creator but when I select the .iso it does not put it in the .iso field to be put on the USB drive.
Yet another thread of this indeed. So let me tell you what happened: I was planning to install ubuntu on a seperate partition, while still retaining windows 8. So I made a bootable usb and followed the steps to install ubuntu. Past weeks however I've been messing with linux mint and the first option it always gave me was: install linux alongside with windows.