Hi, Slitaz users!
First, let me say that I have read every one of the many posts in this forum regarding Slitaz installation, USB sticks, and tazusb. None of them answered my question.
I Have an Asus EeePC 1000HA with Windows XP on it. I downloaded slitaz-4.0.iso and tazusb.exe from mirror.slitaz.org. I plugged in a 4Gb USB stick and ran tazusb.exe. I emtered the right drive (E:) when tazusb asked for it. I selected slitaz-4.0.iso when tazusb asked for it. I clicked on "next", the app ran, and it told me that the installation was complete and that the USB stick was bootable.
I safe-removed the stick and shut down. I plugged the stick back in, booted into BIOS, changed it to boot from "removable media", disabled BootBooster, and saved the changes.
No boot into Slitaz. Just back into Windows.
I wiped the stick and ran through the whole process again, with the same result. It's not my BIOS at fault because I recently did a similar installation on another stick with Puppeee 4.4, and it boots fine.
What should I do? Is there a fix for tazusb.exe, or the installed files on the stick? If not, can I do a live install with LinuxLive, which has slitaz-4.0 on their list of supported distros?
If none of the above will work, is there a better version or flavor of Slitaz for installing on a USB stick? (I do not want to install Slitaz on my hard drive. I want to run it from the USB stick.)
Thnak you for your help.