I knew it would work eventually, as I had seen this in the manual.
Originally Posted by pureh@te
Although I use the same card in my camera I had to sacrifice it for the BT3 gods.
here is what happened in case others have the same problem.
I d/l the dvd rar file from the wiki, checked it and burned a dvd copy and used it before.
I then used the same files that I had "unrared" and copied them to the 4 gig card. when i booted this is what happened:
then it says
starting Linux Live scripts
starting loop device support
starting cdrom filesystem support
starting squashfs support
starting aufs supprot with brs=1
starting vfat support
starting ntfs support
creating /dev entries for block devices
starting usb support
starting PCMCIA CardBus support
looking for data directory
then it says
So after trying and trying from step one last night, I did it again today and everything worked out just fine.
Fatal error occured - BT3 data not found.
You are maybe using an unsupported boot device (e.g. SCSI or old PCMCIA).
Workaround: Copy the directory BT3 from your boot device to an IDE/SATA
disk, eg to /mnt/hda1/BT3 or C:\BT3. Then try to boot again.
Something went wrong and we can't continue. This should never happen.
Please reboot your computer with ctrl+Alt+Delete ...
According to the error linux live script couldn't find a data directory. However re-did it and it works now, on both the 2 gig card and the 4 gig!
I guess somewhere I did something wrong or missed a step or whatever.
But it works now so....