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Operating Systems Solaris i cant get to my desktop Post 76525 by hiimcody1 on Tuesday 28th of June 2005 08:53:19 PM
Old 06-28-2005
i have given up

i borrowed the disk that my drive messed up and i installed the system on my other (older model) dell and it works fine on it.. i am guessin that the video card on my new one is the cause of the error (feel free to correct me if im wrong... so i'll just stick to my other OS on my new one.... thanks for your suggetions
 
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NAME
mic-image-writer - Write a live image to a USB stick SYNOPSIS
mic-image-writer [options] [image file] DESCRIPTION
mic-image-writer is a simple yet very helpful tool, it can help you write a live image to a USB stick, it is safer than dd and has a good progress indicator, it has two work modes, console and GUI, you can explicitly use -c | --console and -g | --gui to force it to enter console or gui mode, by default, it will smartly decide this automatically. It just writes an image to the whole USB stick, so the original data on your USB stick will be overwritten, mic-image-manager has a more powerful GUI tool for this case, it can write a live image to a specified partition, the old data on that partition will keep intact. OPTIONS
-h, --help show this help message -c, --console Run in console mode -g, --gui Run in GUI mode EXAMPLES
Write a Molib live image to your USB disk: mic-image-writer your-2.1-final.img EXIT STATUS
mic-image-convertor returns a zero exist status if it succeeds, otherwise return non-zero and print error message. AUTHOR
Yi Yang, Anas Nashif, Jianfeng Ding SEE ALSO
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