I am using Linux for a long time now but I don't have any experience in editing booting arguments.
So, let me begin with the issue:
Using the Startup Disc Creator, Linux Mint 17 was installed persistently on an USB stick. After starting it for the first time, it did not boot straight through, as it did not find some .c32 files. The booting process stopped at the commandline level, waiting for a command. After typing "live" or "xforcevesa", Mint started and worked well. However, after I gave it a software update, it wouldn't boot anymore. The commands "live" or "xforcevesa" were prompted with
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Booting kernel failed: Invalid argument
I appreciate your suggestions!