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Welcome to Ultimate Edition 5.1

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Re: Welcome to Ultimate Edition 5.1

Postby XXxjoker21xXX » Tue Jan 17, 2017 2:42 pm

The 5.1 is great sofar other than the 3.8 splash when you shutdown... i updated and upgraded and it fixed the other issues i was having .... loving the KDE but it is lacking a few progs im used too but nothing the software center wont fix... Good Job! <BREW> :D
Screen shot of after i installed the 4.9 kernel everything works perfectly....
AMD FX8370 BEAST @ 4.9ghrz in a Asus Sabertooth 990FX r2 Motherboard with 16 gigs of Mushkin Enhanced Blackline 2400mghrz ram and XFX Radeon R9 390X DD Black Edition GPU with 10 Hard drives running Win10, Manjaro, Ultimate Edition 5.0 custom, Ultimate Edition 5.1 and others....
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Re: Welcome to Ultimate Edition 5.1

Postby doruletz » Sat Jan 21, 2017 4:28 am

Ultimate Edition 5.1 is a nice OS, got it install in a dual boot on my older HP...
I would like to make version 5.1 in multiboot on a USB stick. XBOOT use portable application, a utility for creating multiboot usb / iso for the lightness with which can I renew certain OS's on the stick. I tried using options:
- ISO Grub4dos Emulation
- Ubuntu Linux ---
- LIVE support ISO files witch-MEDIA PATH Kernel Parameter ... but all attempts translates a black screen with GRUB in terminal ...

How can I solve this problem? :(

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Re: Welcome to Ultimate Edition 5.1

Postby Donut123 » Sat Feb 11, 2017 11:42 pm

Hmmmm i am not sure if a multi boot is possible from a usb drive..ive never done it myself
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