Quote Originally Posted by RealG187 View Post
That's why I was confused. Maybe that's the problem...
Realg, isn't that simply because the main parts of the Puppy OS are installed not exactly on the partition but within a compressed file on that partition? (See my post #15). Unetbootin did not install Puppy, it created a bootable "disk" on the FAT32 partition.

Or have I missed something?

Cheers, Pat.