I have an Asus Eeebook X205T, and I'm trying to boot into a linux live thumb drive so i can install linux on it. I have tried every combination of BIOS settings but it still wont boot.
I have used Rufus and UNetBootIn, and neither of them work.
I have the 32-bit Ubuntu iso (Ubuntu-16.04.1-desktop-i386.iso) I have tried the amd64 version, but nothing works
I can boot into Windows PE perfectly fine. I clean installed Windows 10 a few months ago. But Linux doesn't work.
Here are my BIOS options. I have tried every combination I could think of:
Start Easy Flash Network Stack Configuration USB Configuration Controller Select: EHCI or XHCI Enable EHCI Debug port Boot (to set boot order) security (secure boot and BIOS passwords)
I have made sure that the flash drive is the first thing in the boot order, and I have turned off secure boot.
When I hit the boot menu key when I boot up, The menu comes up with 3 options
Windows Boot Manager UEFI: <USB Drive name> Enter Setup
When selecting the USB drive, the menu pops up again. After selecting the USB Drive a second time it boots into Windows
I am 98% sure that I have been able to boot into Ubuntu before, It was 2 years ago, but I am sure I booted into Linux Live.
I really would like to install Linux, If you have any questions or help, I would greatly appreciate it.