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Use SYSLINUX to boot from a separate device

I have a laptop with no harddrive that I'm booting from a modified persistent LiveCD thumbdrive, but performance is terrible due to the low speed of the thumbdrive. I also have a class-10 SD card of ...
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Internal card reader not recognized on boot

In 9/10 times, my internal card reader is not recognized when booting my pc. It's a desktop computer and the card reader is attached directly (internally) to the mainboard (Asus H81M-K) via 9-pin ...
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Does my motherboard support booting from SD card?

How do I check if my motherboard supports booting from an SD card? (In my case this is a Dell XPS 15 I bought sometime in 2010.)
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1answer
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Trying to install letterbomb onto a SD card in ubuntu. Cannot find SD root dir?

When I plug my SD card in two file systems pop-up boot and 16gb file system, both sub directories of /media/ (which is a dir in ubuntu for periphials correct? not on the SD card itself). Following the ...
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Booting MX6Q SABRE LITE using SD card

I tried copying u-boot.imx file onto the SD card to complete the booting process but got certain problems with it.Can somebody explain why MX6Q SABRE LITE board can't boot from SD card directly?
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Can you build a Windows To Go device with Windows 8 Pro OEM? [duplicate]

Microsoft introduced a feature called "Windows To Go" with Windows 8 Enterprise allowing to install Windows on a USB mass storage device similar to Linux Live distributions. The documentation supplied ...
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1answer
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can I use unetbootin on a phone sd card without losing data?

I have an old droid with an SD card inside, which I can access from the USB cable. I was wondering if I could use a tool like unetbootin to install the desktop version of android without damaging the ...
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How to make a device bootable only from a specific Micro-SD card?

How to make this device bootable only from a specific Micro-SD card usind Debian Wheezy? I don't care to let a 1-to-1 clone boot, but I don't want people to extract the unique signutare (or whatever ...
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1answer
643 views

How to boot Ubuntu from my SD card?

I have installed Ubuntu 12.04 onto a micro SD card for an embedded device. However via the SD card adapter I have, I would like to boot it up on my laptop for development purposes. The SD has 32gb ...
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Operating systems on SD cards

I was getting some wild ideas the last days, like putting some operating systems into SD cards rather than on my hard drive. I'll go further into details now and explain what lead me to consider this ...
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1answer
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Installing Linux from an external card reader

I have this problem. I was experimenting if I could use a memory card (SDHC) as an USB drive for all intents and purposes, and when I put the card in an USB card reader, I can use it just like a ...
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(Debian) cold boot from SD card fails

I have an ION/Atom board that i want to boot from a SD card inserted in a reader which is connected via USB. The reader is built into the frontpanel of the machine's case and it's connected directly ...
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Booting Ubuntu Netbook Edition off SD card by with persistence provided by the hard disk

I have a Lenovo Ideapad with Windows XP installed. I do not want to mess with the boot loader or the hard disk partitioning. I can run Ubuntu Netbook Edition off a SD card without touching the hard ...
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Create bootable SD card

I have a Toshiba Portege M205 tablet. The hard drive died, so I picked up another one and stuck it in there, with the intent to reinstall Windows XP Tablet. However, this particular computer did not ...
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Using an SD card as a “LiveCD” on a MacBook Pro

I have a 4GB SD card on which I'd like to use like a Linux "LiveCD" (except of course it's not a CD) for my MacBook Pro. Any idea how I could do that? I'd prefer to not use rEFIt. To boot Mac OS from ...