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  1. In Topic: Moved everything over to new flashdrive, now it won't boot anymore.

    Posted 17 Jan 2009

    Guys? What does this error message mean?
  2. In Topic: Moved everything over to new flashdrive, now it won't boot anymore.

    Posted 15 Jan 2009

    View Post pcuser, on Jan 13 2009, 11:50 PM, said:

    1. Copy all files and folders from your usb drive to a safe place on your harddrive.

    2. Download UBUSB to your UBCD4Win folder and run it.

    3. Change the dropdown listbox for the bootloader from grub4dos to syslinux and uncheck "Create Kicker CD.." then click "GO" and let it finish.

    4. Delete all files and folders from the usb drive EXCEPT for ldlinux.sys (it's a hidden file).

    5. Copy all files and folders that you backed up earlier back to your usb drive (except for ldlinux.sys).


    Okay well the program worked fro the most part. What didn't work is the checkboxes. No matter what I checked or unchecked, in the end it unchecked them all and did a complete format of my flash drive and then copied the kicker (I specifically told it NOT to, via the checkbox). Anyways, I got everything working except the menu is a little weird. Everything boots EXCEPT, BartPE/UBCD4Win does not. Instead, I get the message "Remove disks or other media. Press any key to restart." UBCD4Win (BartPE) option, it has a black screen with a blinking cursor.


    View Postcdob, on Jan 14 2009, 02:16 PM, said:

    What's new flash drive size?
    BIOS handle different sized drives different.

    There had been some hard disk size difficulties in the past, like 512 mb and 2 gb.
    This cause different behavior at USB flash drives today.

    Build from scratch again.


    It is 8GB, ReadyBoost optimized flash memory (super fast).

    Thanks everyone!
    -Mike
  3. In Topic: Moved everything over to new flashdrive, now it won't boot anymore.

    Posted 14 Jan 2009

    View Post pcuser, on Jan 13 2009, 11:50 PM, said:

    You need to make your new usb drive bootable before copying your files to it. Here's what I would do:

    1. Copy all files and folders from your usb drive to a safe place on your harddrive.

    2. Download UBUSB to your UBCD4Win folder and run it.

    3. Change the dropdown listbox for the bootloader from grub4dos to syslinux and uncheck "Create Kicker CD.." then click "GO" and let it finish.

    4. Delete all files and folders from the usb drive EXCEPT for ldlinux.sys (it's a hidden file).

    5. Copy all files and folders that you backed up earlier back to your usb drive (except for ldlinux.sys).

    6. Boot it...


    Next time, use UBUSB to make a backup of your old usb drive (Tools -> Create Backup of USB Drive) then restore it to your new usb drive (Tools -> Restore USB Drive From Backup).


    Yeah problem is I don't have UBCD4Win installed on my computer anymore, just have the normal files on my flashdrive. I could just redownlaod UBCD4Win but would that change anything? This problem isn't going to copy UBCD4Win onto my flashdrive will it? If not, why does it even need a source folder?

    Thanks!
    -Mike

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