I'm being told I don't have sufficient space when I'. trying to do this????? So much for the screenshots!View attachment 3963 View attachment 3964 View attachment 3965 Hi Wiz...I went thru your steps again on the Terminal on the Toshiba...to download Unetbootin. I downloaded it and you can see where it was stored in .bin. Now what do I do 1) to get the same screen as yo sent me above with your red & blue indicators?...and then engage all tthis with the usb? We need that bootable 18.3 from Unetbootin on that thumb drive. I'm including some screenshots.
Did you follow that at the time, ie is the stick now formatted and clean/empty?Take your USB stick and insert it and wait for it to be recognised, then close any popups.
Go to Menu and type in usb, you will get two choices, choose the one with Format. Before you format it, click the “down elevator” button at the end of the Format field and check that you have the USB stick selected, NOT your T5. Where it says Volume Label, you can overstrike that with eg “Sylvia-Live”. You Format it to Fat32 (likely the default) and that will erase Serena Live that the Store buggered up with.
Pop the stick out, wait a few seconds and insert it again, you will be notified that a drive has been inserted, close that.
Go to your File Manager (Nemo) and look in the left-hand pane for Sylvia-Live and click, the right-hand pane , at the bottom it may show 0 (zero) items, 8.0 GB free, where 8.0 represents the size of the stick. LET ME KNOW.
You are not accountable for their screwup, friend, it is just unfortunate. , and makes for lateral thinking.I'm sorry for the monumental shop screw- up.
If that is the .exe for Unetbootin, then double-click it and install it.getting the downloaded .exe to open
Is this on a screen where you can move up USB (currently at 3.) ahead of HDD?Boot:: 1. HDD/SSD WDC WDS100T2BOA-00SM50 (S2);
2. Totally 'Blued out) with the number '3' close to the end of the first line of the 5 lines of blue;
4. FDD SMI USB Disk