Solution for your Live USB if boots well but not after rebooting the computer
Hi. Many times it has happened to me that, though I can boot well a Live USB, if I reboot the computer it can't run it. After rebooting and calling (with F12, F11, ...) the BIOS boot menu I can see the USB flash drive and choose it, but instead of booting from there it does the same as selecting the LAN entry of the menu (tries to boot from the network, with the Ethernet adapter, card or interface controller). I think I've had this problem with different Live USB Linux distros, at least in one computer (my laptop). Sometimes I solve it powering off the computer and turning it on again. But sometimes this workaround is not enough and I have to shut down the PC, extract the USB flash drive, insert it in another USB port and switch the computer on again (or, as another alternative solution, shut down + extract drive + turn on & call boot menu + turn off + plug drive again -can be in the same port as before- + turn on). Regards
Last edited by vezolmi; April 5th, 2013 at 02:33 PM.