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Universal USB Installer 1.7.2 Only Works With FAT Flash Drives

I just tried to "burn" the Ubuntu 10.04 Desktop ISO image onto my 2GB flash drive with Universal USB Installer 1.7.2. But I got a message saying that I don't have enough space on the flash drive; it needed 700 MB! Did I say it's a 2GB flash drive?

Well, I had formatted the drive to FAT32, thinking that's today's standard. So I reformatted the drive to FAT format and Universal USB Installer is able to get moving on the installation.

That makes me wonder what Universal USB Installer does when it sees a 4GB flash drive, which can't be formatted to FAT.

Chieh Cheng
Sun, 11 Jul 2010 02:32:43 +0000

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