Lubuntu 16.04 can't be directly installed on my netbook by usb installing

Asked by Juan P. Tamayo on 2016-04-22

When I put the Lubuntu 16.04 iso in an usb stick, this operating system doesn't run after the installation wizard ask me to reboot. Even, if I shut down my netbook pressing the button a few seconds, and I turn on it again, it can't run anyway. I need to install the 15.10 version, and upgrade from this version

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Juan P. Tamayo
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2017-09-25
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2016-04-23

If you boot to the live USB you can install GRUB to the MBR of the drive. OmgUbuntu has a guide named "Sticking it to GRUB"

Juan P. Tamayo (tamayin86) said : #2

That's true, I don't dude that. But the last time I installed lubuntu on my netbook, I needed to install the previous version of this operating system (16.04).

Anyway, thanks for your response. But I still think that lubuntu developers should solve this issue, for those lubuntu users that have old computers, and they have compatibility problems

Juan P. Tamayo (tamayin86) said : #3

I don't reset the lubuntu version, I installed a time ago on my netbook.

Anyone knows if this issue is solved?

Thanks a lot

Juan P. Tamayo (tamayin86) said : #4

After the last version of Lubuntu, this problem is solved.