LiLi - a new Windows tool for creating a XBMC Live USB memory stick

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okey Offline
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i have just tryed it using lili, got the iso version from the usuall site, everything seems to go ok on the usb stick, but when i powerup my asus laptop, i select usb then it just says "boot error" go easy on me as this is my first time doing this.
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I used this recently to create a persistent usb install with Frodo. I was able to get a persistent install, but the annoying thing is that I get the menu asking to run the live version or to install locally each time I boot. How do I get rid of this so that it boots into live by default?

BTW - I do realize LiLi currently does not officially support Frodo yet, but I would imagine it should still work.
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Personally I love another live disk creator called YUMI It can be used to create a multi booting live disk on an usb from windows...it never fails and is constantly updated with in days of new OSes becoming available. I use it all the time.
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I found this program to work better for me: "Universal-USB-Installer-1.9.5.1.exe" I used it with: "xbmcbuntu-12.2.Intel-AMD.iso" and the installation from USB was completed without a hitch.

(2012-12-19 22:06)okey Wrote:  i have just tryed it using lili, got the iso version from the usuall site, everything seems to go ok on the usb stick, but when i powerup my asus laptop, i select usb then it just says "boot error" go easy on me as this is my first time doing this.

I had the same programs and found "Universal-USB-Installer-1.9.5.1.exe" worked better for me. I got it here http://www.softpedia.com/progDownload/Un...86578.html
(This post was last modified: 2013-12-27 21:30 by BamBam1963.)
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Upthewrongtree Offline
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Why would you want to create a usb stick for xbmc? I have it on my HD now. What advantages are there for this approach? Just joined the forum and curious..
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Because people want to install ubuntu or xbmcbuntu on their machines and don't have or want to use cd/dvd media. Then they need to make a usb stick to install it with.

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