I was trying to try Ubuntu 10.04 (32-bit) but it won't boot..
In the boot menu, I get many options regarding booting form an USB; There is USB-FDD, USB-ZIP, USB-CDROM and USB-HDD.
I tried them all but only two, USB-ZIP and USB-HDD, responded. A window showing Ubuntu option list appears. When I choose to try Ubuntu, the screen for a second gets black with writing scrolling down fast (something like the matrix effect) and then an (Ubuntu waiting screen with dots lighting up) shows and nothing happens. When I tried to get out of this window by pressing Esc, a black screen showed, reporting what's happening which was mostly repeating "can't open /dev/se0: no medium found"
Hope I was clear enough
Is there any information you need to now?
My USB is HDD0