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.iso file becomes corrupted constantly.
Since I've had a USB I've been having troubles.
I am running backtrack 5 KDE on my USB which I burned through universal USB installer 18.104.22.168, so I keep on reinstalling my .iso image because it becomes corrupt. I use it for about 3 times then it's dead, errors stopping me from running it.
I take it out safely when it's working but it still corrupts it. It's a 16GB kinston USB by the way.
I'm really confused to what it could be, slightly annoying.
Have you tried a different usb?
Are you installing it as a live cd?
Have you tried installing it using UNetBootIn?
I would try UNetBootIn first see if that works.
Yeah try unetbootin. I've never used anything else. I must admit I had problems pretty much the same. The iso seemed to get corrupted when burning or after unmounting on the power down. Try using a live disc if it happens again. I run it from a live dvd now.
I use LinuxLive USB Creator and I never had any problems.
Thankyou everybody, It's working now, except it won't run in fullscreen nor will it shutdown safely, I have to turn my computer off at the switch :(
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