When I try to boot from my flash drive, my GIGABYTE 970A-UD3 motherboard returns this:
Loading Operating System ... Boot error
All other motherboards I've tried support booting from that flash drive (and a backup flash drive). The operating systems I tried on both flash drives were created with
usb-creator-gtk (Ubuntu USB Startup Disk Creator).
I know that the motherboard understands that there is an operating system on the flash drives because when I erase them, it complains in an ALL CAPS RAGE that there isn't an operating system, which is correct.
How can I boot a flash drive that's bootable from other motherboards on this motherboard?
- This question is not a duplicate of this one because directly writing to the flash drive as an ISO 9660 (
dd if=operating_system.iso of=/dev/sdb) still does not have the motherboard recognize the operating system.
- This question should be a duplicate of this one because I provide more information not provided by that poster.
- This forum thread has broken links and does not have a solution to my problem.
- Nobody knows what's going on in this forum thread.