Which program? Unetbootin is dead simple and available for both Windows and Linux (i.e. you can make the bootable USB from Windows, if you prefer).
tbrownarcher2 wrote:Which program? Unetbootin is dead simple and available for both Windows and Linux (i.e. you can make the bootable USB from Windows, if you prefer).
I was talking about imagewriter. I have tried to use it and got nowhere .... about windows ... I'm really trying to not use it and so far it's not that hard to do .
I have made a bootable usb before but i'm lost this time i don't remember at all how to do it and I don't seem to be able to understand image writer.
Before , I used unetbootin but I don't remember how this time . That's what bothers me I can't seem to remember the things i've done before ... sigh
That sounds easy .... maybe a bit of help ????
On the computer running windows xp and dual booting linux mint13 cinammon I'm trying to install the new ver of linux mint # 14. I want to erase the old linux mint and install beside win xp OR whatever the easiest way is. so if there is anything more you can help with let me know ...
vinnyc265 wrote:I like Unebootin a lot but as far as I can see the Mint options only go up to 10. Do I install Unebootin on my thumb drive and then install Mint 14 separately?
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