cool_gamer8119 wrote:can i use my shuffle? it can be like a usb flash drive...
You are free to try what you want, but why complicate matters?? If you can't even get a CD-R burned the right way then I wonder how much chance of success you imagine you might have with placing a Linux distribution designed to be booted off CD-R discs on a USB pen drive? ... or even an iPod shuffle?? I
wouldn't want to waste my
time with such efforts which are unlikely to produce useful results. But if you
know how to do this --for I don't-- you're welcome to post a so called "How To" document here.
Let's stick to the original plan, OK? Burn a CD-R and see if it crashes any other machine too, and if it doesn't, try it on your machine ...
That's at least how I would go about troubleshooting
this. It doesn't help you at all to try a dozen or so new creative methods if even the most basic one (burning a CD and then booting it) doesn't work for you. Especially as you are not even sure what the source of your problem is.