HardDriv'n Posted October 5, 2009 Share Posted October 5, 2009 I'm attempting to create an USB version of a Xubuntu Live cd to install on an old PC of mine, but I'm getting some issues after creating it with the UNetbootin-3.72 Windows version. I believe it uses a distribution of Syslinux to create bootable USB drives, because I saw a "Syslinux 3.72" flash by when I successfully created a Linux Puppy Live usb.Before anyone asks, I already attempted the "apt-get install usb-creator" command from inside the Xubuntu-9.04 desktop cd (Intel) on my modern PC running WinVista. It asked for additional libraries, but I didn't have any way of downloading them.Here's the problem: Using UNetbootin for Windows, I tried creating a Xubuntu Live usb using the same method that worked for Puppy, but after the Xubuntu splash/load screen finishes I get these messages:Several lines of this...[Some Numerals] device descriptor read/64, error -110Several lines of this...[Some Numerals] sd 2:0:0:0: rejecting I/O to offline deviceSeveral lines of this...[Some Numerals] SQUASHFS errors: unable to read (page/fragment cache block)It finally leaves me off at the command prompt. Any ideas as to what went wrong? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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