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  1. psychosis, how did you learn all of this? it seems that you kinda know what you're doing jace
  2. when i load kon-boot, i get the error message: Autodetect number-of-heads failed. Use default value 2 Autodetect sectors-per-track failed. Use default value 18 then it goes to the Kon-Boot splash screen, then the screen where it tests the bios; it says everything is fine there. after that, it says Starting up... that is where it hangs. i pretty much copied and pasted from the google docs menu.lst from one of the posts on here. here is what my kon-boot menu.lst looks like title Kon-Boot map --mem /FD0-konboot-v1.1-2in1.img (fd0) map (hd1) (hd0) map (hd0) (hd1) map --hook
  3. got myself a sandisk 32 gig at walmart for $60... i hope it's enough :) jace
  4. does anyone know how i can put ubuntu on my multiboot. i would like to be able to save settings/documents on the usb drive (not run live mode). anybody know of how to do this? jace
  5. **UPDATE** figured out the problem. when i made my menu.lst file, windows for some reason made it as a .txt file named menu.lst.txt. thanks for all the help, psychosis. i appreciate the time you took to help me out :) jace
  6. the menu does pop up, but it comes and goes pretty quick. if i press up or down, it stays (because it doesn't stay idle). the list reads: find /menu.lst, /boot/grub/menu.lst, /grub/menu.lst commandline reboot halt with the first option being the primary option. when it accepts that option, it tries to find those files, then gives up and boots to my grub on my pc. thanks for the help my menu.lst is as follows: title BackTrack3 root (hd0,0) kernel /bootbt3/vmlinuz vga=0x317 ramdisk_size=6666 root=/dev/ram0 rw quiet initrd=/bootbt3/initrd.gz boot title Kon-Boot map --mem
  7. i did this, installed grubinst_gui and put the glrdr file from grub4dos on the drive. when i reboot to test the drive i get the message try hd(0,0): FAT32. any ideas??? jace
  8. hey all, first post. obviously, i'm trying to create the USB multipass, and i think that the problem i'm having is with PeToUSB. when i try to use it, it gives me an error when 50% done saying "FormatEx Error[11]: An Error Occurred Formatting the Drive." i'm using a 32 gig SanDisk Cruizer, not quite sure if this is the problem or not, but darren said he used a 16 gig, so i would think that the 32 gig would work. any help would be greatly appreciated. thanks jace
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