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It found it, said it was erasing, then 'the BIOS' update is finished.Please press the power button to shut down the system. The new version is shown, with the ssd detected, os set to finished, boot priority set to removable media as the first, ssd as second, so I tried to boot eeebuntu on usb again...
I have a pdf reader and image viewer and can type and save to usb with leafpad, and that's going to save me a load of money in cybercafes as I'm using the eee for studying courses I'm taking at the moment.
I went to a windows computer and made a new live usb of eeebuntu, but trying to boot it produced a unetbootin screen and flashing cursor but then nothing. I tried the 'battery out and on button for 30 seconds routine' and 'toothpick in the cmos hole' tricks. If a solution was to run only installed usb's I'd be quite happy, but changing the boot order in bios doesn't do anything. Can it be the bios if it won't boot an os that was previously working? It booted before, used it loads of times, so the os on the usb and ssd stopped booting at the same moment. It's possible I mis-deleted something, I don't know. Got tired of trying to upkeep Xandros Repositories as they fell by the wayside.
I also opened up the RAM, made sure I was properly grounded, reseated the ram and touched a screwdriver to the little cmos plates which are like triangles. Surely flashing it wouldn't make any difference, though I'll try if the instructions are clear enough. When doing so, I assumed the SSD wasn't accessed at all, or is that wrong? In /usr, I only deleted files I recognised as mine eg. I'm using cybercafes while the eee is down, they won't let me do a live boot. Sounds like you covered all the bases as far as cmos reset, etc.... What gets me is that you can access bios boot order (Esc key). See if internal SSD shows that it is full still even though you deleted some stuff.
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It definitely is a mystery why a live pendrive that booted before won't now. Can you also go directly into bios and reset it back to default settings. Improper shutdowns on SSD drives like the cheap ones in Asus 701 Phison drives cause excessive writes to said drives which fills them back up again to full status.