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Thread: Syslinux - No DEFAULT or UI (...)

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    Syslinux - No DEFAULT or UI (...)

    Hi I restarted my computer, because I tried to switch from Ubuntu to Windows. And then I saw this: SYSLINUX 3.85 (...) "No DEFAULT or UI configuration directive found!" Do you have any ideas what to do about it? Please help because I don't know a thing.

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    Re: Syslinux - No DEFAULT or UI (...)

    That's what I got:


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    Re: Syslinux - No DEFAULT or UI (...)

    This isn't a Lucid specific question, moved to General Help.

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    Re: Syslinux - No DEFAULT or UI (...)

    Sorry, I thought it was one of update that caused problem. But today I turned on computer and problem is gone.

    Weird.

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    Re: Syslinux - No DEFAULT or UI (...)

    ^
    Anyone know how to fix this??

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    Re: Syslinux - No DEFAULT or UI (...)

    same problem here but running vista on a Asus P5Q motherboard.


    any suggestions?

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    Re: Syslinux - No DEFAULT or UI (...)

    I fixed my identical problem by unplugging a USB pen drive.


    The reason for that happening is referenced here:

    http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1487937



    Hope that helps

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    Re: Syslinux - No DEFAULT or UI (...)

    Solved: Just use another brand of USB ('imation' didn't work, but an unknown brand works!) Thanks!

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    Re: Syslinux - No DEFAULT or UI (...)

    I worked around this by formatting to FAT16 and using a 1GB partition to create my bootable USB key.
    Fabián Rodríguez
    Ubuntu Quebec LoCo Team contact, UCP, UCI

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