I click default and it loads up into the LiveUSB instantly... Why do languages require parenthesis around expressions when used with "if" and "while"? It should have the memtest included. I've tried googling that error with no success Originally Posted by anjilslaire Correct.
It looks like isolinux thinks you're trying to load an initrd >>(which is impossible with the old kernel format.) This is pretty >>clearly an isolinux bug. > > Ok, well when Correct. Success! There should be an option on the main LiveCD menu for memtest. http://www.openmutual.org/2014/09/memtest86-cannot-load-a-ramdisk-with-an-old-kernel-image/
Originally Posted by boof1988 Have you tried installing the GPartEd liveUSB image on a USB-Flash drive (provided you have one to spare)? It looks like isolinux thinks you're trying to load an initrd > (which is impossible with the old kernel format.) This is pretty > clearly an isolinux bug. I've tried googling that error with no success Yeah... Which TeX editors are able to compile just a snippet of a .tex file?
Not many people use the old kernel image format >>anymore. Pages About This Contact Us Organisation Privacy and Copyright Resources Borked FreeSWITCH custom features Pandora FMS Agent Service Status Ubuntu upgrades Our Company Network Create at Life Sign Press Credodia - What would the config in isolinux.cfg to boot the memtest86 floppy image? ( it's a 1.44 ) Best Regards Eaden McKee hpa at zytor Feb3,2003,2:43PM Post #5 of 10 (1313 views) Permalink Syslinux Do you know what to do in that menu choice? –Nordishman Oct 8 '14 at 19:55 @Nordishman Yes, I always use "something else" because I do a lot of
Subscribed! Although now I am getting errors that the GRUB won't install correctly, the endless battle continues :( installation server share|improve this question edited Dec 13 '13 at 9:04 Oli♦ 174k57437648 asked up vote 0 down vote It turns out that the working laptop used to download ISO files and create the Live USB thumb drives has bad ram. https://forums.linuxmint.com/viewtopic.php?t=97585 to get an install that will boot from the HDD? –Nordishman Oct 8 '14 at 20:10 | show 6 more comments Did you find this question interesting?
This entry was posted in Hardware, Settings, Testing, Tricks, Ubuntu by lincoln. Until UNetbootin fix their code then cursor down to the "Test memory" option and hit tab and then at the boot options remove the "initrd=/ubninit" so that the command line is I click default and it loads up into the LiveUSB instantly... Thread Tools Show Printable Version Subscribe to this Thread… Display Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Switch to Threaded Mode June 8th, 2009 #1 MaxRabbit View Profile View Forum Posts Private
Please click the link in the confirmation email to activate your subscription. http://askubuntu.com/questions/375578/can-not-install-ubuntu-server-because-install-option-is-not-available Only the last three options are available. Memtest Iso That's what I'm asking! Originally Posted by MaxRabbit Perhaps Unetbootin removes that menu (even though boof1988 said it shouldn't)?
I really only care about memtest-but the problem is that I can't boot memtest itself from USB, and I can't find a distro that has a working copy (granted, I've only more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed Why are LEDs in my home unaffected by voltage drop? Is this a known issue to you? > No, this is news to me.
Also, the only operating system on the local disk is a version of BackTrack Linux, not sure if thats worth mentioning. Perhaps Unetbootin removes that menu (even though boof1988 said it shouldn't)? When I boot off my USB, it simply comes up with a menu that has the choice "Default". Remember me Log in Forgot password?
label 2 kernel mem28 label 3 kernel mem30 ... === memtest86 2.8 and 3.0 boot ok both in vmware and real hardware. Is this a known issue to you? > > No, this is news to me. Is that a more failsafe way of booting it with isolinux?
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Open a terminal by pressing Ctrl-Alt-t and type sudo gparted and press enter, a window like this should show up. I believe I saw that option in the Zorin 9.1 live usb. Now note the partition location, it should look like /dev/sda1. Ok, well when I get a chance, I'll run with isolinux-debug if it helps.
Do you want to help us debug the posting issues ? < is the place to report it, thanks ! What would happen if your hard disk died right now? Adv Reply June 9th, 2009 #5 MaxRabbit View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message 5 Cups of Ubuntu Join Date Nov 2008 Beans 34 Re: Run memtest from LiveUSB? The LiveCD *does* have a menu. "Try Ubuntu without installing" "Install Ubuntu" Check CD for defects" "Memtest x86" If you're getting that upon booting the CD, something is not right.
Teenage daughter refusing to go to school What physical evidence exists that shows motor proteins "walking" within a cell? "Carrie has arrived at the airport for two hours." - Is this If you don't mind deleting all data on the HDD, you could try using gparted to partition your whole drive into one EXT4 filesystem and then run fsck -cc /dev/sdx1 where Looks like you don't have the issue that the other reporter has.