Guys, I'm going to burst with frustration,
If I create an image of working imaged USB and a not working image USB disk, what am I looking for between the 2 files, something like this (ImgPTEdit) will show me will it?
Something terrible is happening..............
I formatted (hpformat) 3 different sticks (a 4gb, 1 gb & 8gb) , and made bootable with grubinst.exe 1.1 and the copied menu.lst and stable grldr (21/03/2009) to root.
I wanted to just establish bare minimal g4b booting possible on the dc/7800 desktop (<<<it's the only model, with this refusal to boot from imaged USBS) I tried 2 in the office and i got reports from another site of the same thing!) all same bios , and I have a spreadsheet with speed tests from dos driver testing (previous) so I know it works!!!!!!!!!!But how!?
However, all three blinking cursored, just like the image made them do earlier.
I checked the bios settings, and its fine, but as soon as ! ghost the stick or now use that rmprep img created after getting working from ghost , it boots fine.
I'm confused as hell now and losing the plot. Sorry I didnt try dsfok yet, I never used it yet, could I achieve the same with odin, or self image? I can work those.
in these 2 image details is there anything that looks like it might cause this strange isolated problem
1 is the 8gb stick imaged with RMPREP and blinking cursored on this onemachine (ok on others though!!! arrrh)its called sr33
and the other is the rmprep image taken from a usb imaged with the working ghost files
its a different size 32gb is sr33wkng
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