Pecularity with USB

#1

I have been trying to instal manjaro for 8 hours now.
The USB works on my main computer, where I don't want to install it.
The USB works inside kubunto on my laptop, where it is useless.
However, when I go to BIOS, the USB is nowhere to be found.
I have enabled all usb supports and have switched the boot to go with EIF or whatever first.
I have checked to see if I have burned the ISO right, I did.
I have checked to see if USB had any problems, it didn't.
I have searched google to see if anyone has my problem, one person did, and they never got a proper answer.
This is the last ditch effort, as my name implies.

#2

Use another USB drive. It happens that some can't do the job..

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#3

Is it a Gigabyte mobo. Perhaps you are one of the many unfortunates who purchased their mobos with bad USB and LAN.

#4

That (iommu problem) only affects post boot. He should still be able to see his USB in BIOS boot menu.

#5

When you say BIOS are you referring to the alternate 'device boot menu' available immediately after power on, or have you actually gone into the BIOS?

#6

Link?

Do other bootable USB devices show up?

You could also try one of the 18.1.0 "dev" images to see if any recent changes have "fixed" the issue.

#7

What exactly are expecting to see regarding USB in the BIOS?