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    Default RAMDISK:Couldnt find valid RAM disk image starting at 0.

    Hi I am trying to install BT2 Final Full on an 4 GB USB Stick, everything installs fine but when booting it says after a while.

    RAMDISK:Couldnt find valid RAM disk image starting at 0.
    VFS: Cannot open root device "803" or unknown-block(8,3)
    Please append a correct "root=" boot option.

    I am using a SANDISK 4 GB Cruzer stick. I have tried the Live installation from windows and that works but this is regarding the full installation.

    I have followed the guide backtrack-hd-install.pdf but with no luck.

    I have seen several here having the same issue but I havent seen a solution yet.

    Please help.

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    No i think there is no solution, maybe LUCK lol

    the best thing is to do a live install multipartition and to assign one part(ext2) to changes
    easy to do if you follow my tutor in my signature

    i run actually a 160 Go western digital usb 2.5 hd
    there's a boot part, a swap part, a changes part and a data part

    really i never get pb with this method, but it consume more ressources than a real install.......

    BT IS INTENDED TO BE LIVE, WHY DO YOU WANT IT REAL ??????
    Watch your back, your packetz will belong to me soon... xD

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    Okay I will try with that later tonight thanks.

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    Still no luck even after following your guide.

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