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USB SysRescue Drive Won't Boot

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Downloaded .img file from Eset web site. Used Rufus to build bootable USB2 drive. Everything looked OK after Rufus completed.

Used Rufus defaults; FAT32 and MBR. Note my motherboard is BIOS based.

Upon boot startup from the USB drive, I am getting the following errors;

x86_init_fpu undefined symbol

libcom32.c32 failed to load

gfxboot.c32 failed to load

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7 minutes ago, Steve2926 said:

or why not use the ISO and rufus?

Yeah, I am going to try that.

I assumed that Eset .img download was for USB only. But that download might be for UEFI systems.

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The .iso download worked in creating the SysRescue USB bootable media.

Eset needs to update its documentation to use only .iso download for BIOS based systems.

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