I am able to a USB bootable memory stick (My motherboard is a Gigabyte EP31-DS3L see Fig 2) using either Universal USB Installer or unetbootin if I have formatted the drive before hand to
FAT see Fig 1.
However if I choose
FAT32 I am unable to boot and get the following displayed:
SYSLINUX 3.86 2010-04-01 CBIO Copyright (C) 1994-2010 H. Peter Anvin et al No DEFAULT or UI configuration directive found! boot: _
I know there isn't an issue with the USB stick as it works successfully on another machine.
What are the disadvantages of using
FAT32 for a USB linux distro?
My motherboard is a
Gigabyte EP31-DS3L and I am on version F5F
I have recently brought a 32gb USB memory stick and am no longer able to format this as FAT which prevents me from creating a bootable stick. Any solution to enabling this to boot as a FAT32 disk would be great.