Re: Live USB doesn't boot
Post more info about your 'new PC', as 'sudodus' asks.
Originally Posted by Phrost
Have you disabled 'FastStartup' in Windows8?
When you "open the boot menu and select USB", are there more options for USB, like 'USB - HDD' etc. If there are then choose USB-HDD.
Your UEFI is booting unable to boot from USB, check the UEFI/BIOS again and see if USB booting is enabled...
Try another USB drive, just rule out any fault with the USB drive itself.
When you Burn as .iso on USB, generally some GPT data is left behind when USB drive is not formatted properly, before Burning another .iso. This can render USB-linux unbootable.
I have faced this issue. The solution is to use FIXPARTS on the USB drive and 'create a new partition' table with GParted, create new partition and format it as FAT32. Then 'burn' the .iso on it.
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