November 28th, 2013, 08:36 PM
Ubuntu 12.04 ERROR While Booting
***Note this isn't exactly the exact words or the screen, but the ERROR has the same text***
SYSLINUX 4.04 CHS 2011-04-18 Copyright (C) 1994-2012 H. Peter Anvin et al
ERROR: No configuration file found
No DEFAULT or UI configuration directive found!
I put Ubuntu 12.04 onto my flash drive to play with on my laptop but now I want to install it on my desktop. The Ubuntu works live perfectly on my laptop, but when I try to run it on my desktop i get that error I posted on top.
-I googled the problem to solve it, but I tried everything and nothing worked.
-So far I took the syslinux.cfg and put it in the boot file.
-I changed the names of the isolinux.bin/.cfg to syslinux.bin/.cfg and changing the folder name isolinux to syslinux.
-I have reformatted my flashdrive to FAT from FAT32.
-I have tried to redownload Ubuntu onto my flashdrive.
-At the Boot prompt I have entered mboot.c32 -c boot.cfg
-I have a 4GB flashdrive
-Ubuntu 12.04, 64bit(my comp is 64)
-Enough RAM, ~350GB free space
-The flashdrive works on my laptop but when I try it on my desktop it ****s the bed
-Nothing else on the flashdrive
-My computer runs Windows Vista, my laptop runs Windows 7
November 28th, 2013, 10:45 PM
Try using UNetBootin to write it to USB instead of manually doing the syslinux thing.