However, when I tried to boot my laptop using the flash drive today, I got a single message:
I was then able to reboot the computer using CtrlAltDel.
I’ve been also using the same drive to transfer data since a YUMI drive is just a bootable FAT32 drive. So I’m not sure it hasn’t got unbootable somehow. In the Disk Management in Windows 7, the drive is shown as
Healthy (Active, Primary Partition).
I tried to add another Linux distro to the drive using YUMI-188.8.131.52.exe on Windows 7 (the same machine I had used to create the drive) and was hoping it could repair the bootloader but the next boot was the same. The first log message of the installer was
Good Syslinux exists, so it most likely did not touch the bootloader.
Is there any way to repair the bootloader of existing YUMI drive? I haven’t found any corresponding option in the install window.