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    Just burned his ISO
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    Question Live USB boot error

    Hi all,

    After several month of using BT3 I want to try the latest version BT4

    So I use Gparted to format an SD card into FAT32, use Unetbootin to create a live USB and try to boot on !

    After few attempts there is a strange error :
    Code:
    EXT3-fs: sda1: couldn't mount because of unsupported optional features (240).
    After several seconds (around 20) I can use command bash :
    Code:
    root@bt
    So i try :
    Code:
    startx
    Wifi is not supported (I have already try /etc/init.d/networking start) so can't use airmon-ng or others ...

    Really embarrassing because BT3 was OK !



    My computer is a netbook : EEEPC 901 Asus


    Any1 can help me ?

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    Just burned his ISO
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    Default Re: Live USB boot error

    I'm having the same problem. Wifi is not supported and it shifts between working and not working, meaning that sometimes I can log in and sometimes I can't and I get an error screen at a command line similar to the post about the dvd install error. Using HP Pavilion dual-core. Backtrack 4 Pre-Final worked fine on this machine wi-fi wise.

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