Have a problem - booting stuck on Verifying DMI Pool Data when I try to boot from USB(to install operatinng system)
Other boot options works OK - boot from HD(Windows 7 or Suse) and boot from CD or DVD.
This problem appears after I created bootable USB for Suse 11.4 with Suse Studio Image Writer(done in Windows)
Boot from this USB was succesful, but installation stuck on partitioning disk provided to install suse.
Then i abort installation, install Suse 12.1 from DVD.
After this, no boot from USB is possible, try to instal from USB Suse 11.4 again, then Fedora, Windows 8 - computer allways stuck on state described above and stay unresponsible.
No restart with Ctrl+Alt+Del, only forced restart with reset button, nothing else.
What may be the problem?
I asked Google and find some answers which provided some actions with CMOS(BIOS) but none of them is precisely to my problem.
Yes, it is dual boot Win7 and openSUSE.
Boot from HD, GRUB loading and then boot Win7 or openSUSE work normaly.
Boot from installation CD/DVD also work. Only boot from USB stuck on **Verifying DMI Pool Data
**On another computer(laptop) this problem do not appear.
So something is simply not compatible with this one computer setup and your USB boot disk. While its hard to know why and I might just create another, in the end if you are up and running, the actual cause may not really matter. I do have a bash script that can do this for you in openSUSE, but again, it may not matter all that much.