Can't boot iso on usb disk

Hi, I have tried all kind of software (rufus, ultraiso. usbwriter) but I still can’t boot in Endeavour. Could you help me?

Welcome to the forum! :smile:
Have you seen this? https://discovery.endeavouros.com/installation/create-install-media-usb-key/

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Yes, I have read that. I burned with rufus as described in article. but still doesn’t work.

Do you have another machine to try with the stick?
Or can you try another USB port?
Or have you tested the stick with another Linux distribution?

I don’t have at this moment other machine. The usb stick worked fine before, I have installed endeavourOS and then Windows, now I wanted to restore grub. I have tried to use other port as well.

Did you try the “command line” section on manuel’s link? It shows 3 ways to burn to usb key.

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As I understand it works only from Linux, I am running now Windows 11

i think i’ve used yumi for windows once, you might try that, it worked for me
i found this video showing how to use it

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I usually use popsicle.

Otherwise while it’s priority in nature, I’ve never had etcher fail to write.

dd also always works. Unless the file is corrupt.

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I usually use rufus.

It worked on old bios.

Does your Bios detect it when your are in it?
Is your USB disk in fat32?

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Archwiki is well documented on USB flash installation medium In Windows.

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Thank you for support. I have tried every option you have mentioned. I think, I will just try to burn iso on other machine with other usb stick :slight_smile:

You can use etcher on Windows to create the live usb.

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I have already tried etcher :wink:

I found that ventoy usually works for me.

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If you created the live ISO with Etcher there shouldn’t be any problem to boot on it. We have absolutely no information to suggest what is going on.

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Disable secure boot.

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You are genius, it worked :smiley: now tell me please how to restore grub.

The information is posted on the wiki. It is provided for the users benefit to learn and try to solve issues on their own. There is a difference between Bios and UEFI and you should read the information provided.

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Thanks I found it also, I have restored it already.

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