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Booting from a USB Stick

I am running Ubuntu on my Toshiba Satellite R15-829 How can I boot it off of a USB Stick

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How to Boot From a USB Device (Flash Drive or Ext HDD)


Here's how to boot from a USB device, like a flash drive or USB external HDD. Changes to your PC's settings are usually required. Here's how to do it.
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How To Boot From A USB Flash Drive. For starters this is still a developing science and most people have had good luck with at least one of these methods.
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VAIO VGN-NR110E - how to boot from a USB stick - Sony


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How to Boot a Mac from USB Drive (with Pictures) - wikiHow


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Booting from USB Devices - msdn.microsoft.com


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Rufus - Official Site


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Booting from a USB Stick


Here you go:Download the Ubuntu Live ISO (if you dont have it already) and burn it to CDRestart your computer (booting from the Ubuntu Live CD)Insert a 1GB or larger USB flash driveOpen a terminal window and type sudo suNow type fdisk -l to list available drives/partitions (note which device is your flash drive Example: /dev/sdb). Throughout this tutorial, replace all instances of x with your flash drive letter. For example, if your flash drive is sdb, replace x with b.Type umount /dev/sdx1Type fdisk /dev/sdx type p to show the existing partition and d to delete ittype p again to show any remaining partitions (if partitions exist, repeat the previous step)type n to make a new partitiontype p for primary partition type 1 to make this the first partitionhit enter to use the default 1st cylindertype +750M to set the partition sizetype a to make this partition activetype 1 to select partition 1type t to change the partition filesystemtype 6 to select the fat16 file systemtype n to make another new partitiontype p for primary partition type 2 to make this the second partitionhit enter to use the default cylinderhit enter again to use the default last cylindertype w to write the new partition tableType umount /dev/sdx1 to unmount the partitionType mkfs.vfat -F 16 -n usb /dev/sdx1 to format the first partition"Alternately you can try mkfs.vfat -F 32 -n usb /dev/sdx1 (doesn't always work)"Type umount /dev/sdx2 to ensure the partition is unmountedType mkfs.ext2 -b 4096 -L casper-rw /dev/sdx2 to format the second partitionRemove and Re-insert your flash driveBack at the terminal, type sudo apt-get install syslinux mtoolsType syslinux -sf /dev/sdx1Restart your computer, remove the CD and boot back into WindowsUsing Windows to prepare and move the files to the USB Stick:Create a folder named USB on your computerDownload UBconvert.zip using this link - http://www.pendrivelinux.com/downloads/UBconvert.zip Now, extract the files to the USB folderMove the Ubuntu  ISO downloaded earlier to the USB folderClick fixu.bat from the USB folder (follow on screen instructions)Move all files from the ubuntu directory to your memory stickReboot your computer and set your system BIOS to boot from USB-HDD or USB-ZIP. Also set the "Hard Disk Boot Priority" if necessary.You should now be booting into Ubuntu Linux from your USB drive!
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I have a Toshiba satellite r15 822 tablet and messed up by putting in the xp operating disc and formatting the drive- now when i put in the restore disk that came with the computer - the computer warns in dos that the disk is wrong and will not boot- i called the tech people and they said i would have to take it in to a repair store? is there any thing i can do in dos to make it run the cd that came with the computer or am i just out to lunch. Not sure if anyone can help


Dear User,You can try to fix this issue by deleting all the partitions by using Windows xp bootable disc then you should run your recovery Disc. Regards,Tech_Comp
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Blank Screen Aloha, I am having a problem with my Toshiba Satellite R-15. I was on it the other night when the screen went blank and it was was still running. I thought the battery or the connection was the problem,so I turned the power off and the laptop would boot up and still no monitor. I did turn the screen so it was on tablet mode,when this all happened and the screen was on for about a minute or so thats when it went blank(do not know if that makes a difference or not) Do you have any suggestions on what to do? I do not have a reference manual to help troubleshoot. Mahalos Willy J


The bad thing about this is that it could be a software related issue or a hardware issue. If you're willing, you can disassemble the unit and check for a damaged or loose connector to the monitor. If there doesn't appear to be any issues there it may well be that the screen has gone bad or there is something wrong with the driver/setting on the unit itself that is causing the screen to saty off. I'd move forward with the hardware issue first though.
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I bought the proper matching two 1Gig sticks of memory to upgrade my 2G mHz TC4200. I installed them and it wouldn't boot, so I swapped back the 1G stick to the original 512mHz chip and it booted. Then I re and re'd the two new 1G sticks and it booted but when I installed the 2 of the 1G sticks, again it wouldn't boot. I'm using one of the 1G sticks and the 512 stick together and it operates fine. Either of the 1G sticks works with the 512 stick but not both of the 1G sticks together. Is there something I am not doing ? Maybe there is an adjustment in the bios or somewhere in the XP Pro Tablet OS I'm missing. HELP!!! Thanks, Rob.


Ok, Rob, did you buy the memory from Compaq/HP? Or is it a 3rd party set (ie. Viking, PNY, etc.)? Sometimes, Compaq/HP computers are VERY picky about the specifications of the memory that the mother boards will use. If you bought them from a 3rd party vendor, I would recommend taking them back and exchanging them for another brand or even just another set of sticks, but, before we go that route, let's try something else. Install a 1gb stick and the 512Mb stick and then go into the BIOS and see how much ram is being registered there. If it reads all 1.5Gb of ram, then we know it is something else, if not, then we have somewhere else to look. Assuming the BIOS registered the full amount of ram, try removing the 512Mb stick and then boot the computer, enter the BIOS and see if it is reading the 1gb stick properly. Assuming it did register the 1gb properly, swap the 2 1gb sticks out and repeat. If it did NOT register the lone 1gb stick, try moving the 1 gb stick to the other socket, and checking the BIOS again. If that works, then swap the 1gb sticks out, repeat the BIOS check. Assuming that after you swap out the 2 sticks and they both work as lone sticks, go back into the BIOS and look for an advanced page or an option to turn on a "Diagnostic Mode" or "Memory Test", and run the memory test on each stick- one sitck at a time, to see if there is a minor/major memory addressing issue, with either stick. If they both pass individually, then, try reinstalling them both together and check to see if you can reach the BIOS with them both in place. If not try putting the 512 in the 0 or first memory slot and the 1gb in the second slot, then repeat the memory test, swap the 1gb sticks again, and repeat the memory test on the second stick- (the thinking here is that if it is not the memory sticks themselves, perhaps it is the motherboard or one of the sockets for the ram that is bad).If you can reach the BIOS with both 1gb sticks in place, but, not actually boot to the operating system, then it is possibly a timing issue- this SHOULD BE AUTOMATICALLY configured, but, if you are an overclocker or a "performance wonk" you may have changed a relevant setting in the bios that controls the speed at which the memory and the processor interact. Or it could be a problem with windows hardware monitor not accepting the changes to the amount of memory in the machine. To test this possibility try going into "safe mode" at boot up, after the BIOS screen/Compaq logo has come and gone.If you can boot into safe mode and not into regular mode, it is a problem with something in windows. Sometimes, just booting into safe mode alone will fix it, sometimes, it is necessary to run the restore DVD on the computer to fix the problem windows is having/ or alternatively reinstall windows without running the restore DVD, using this method will usually fix windows, with out deleting all of your data. You might have to reinstall a few programs afterward, but, your pictures, mp3s, document files, etc. will still be on the drive. Running the restore DVD almost always deletes your data, so USE THAT SOLUTION AS A VERY LAST RESORT, ONLY AFTER YOU HAVE TRIED EVERY other option I have given you. Good luck, and hope this helps. 
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