FreeNas N00b - having trouble installing - see pic attached

Ver 7 stable.

I have a USB key and a PC.
I install to usb key (2 gig)
Prompted to remove cd after install - removed
Reboot > 
I sellect the USB key to boot from.

I get the screen you see on the pic attached.

ANy ideas why?

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fcekAuthor Commented:

Loud cough - Would it be worth tyring a different USB key :-)
Sure, why not.  It doesn't appear to be finding the boot loader.  It cannot begin the first stage of boot.  May be it is not reading from the USB key or the path is not good.  

Put your USB key in some other computer and check at least the files that are there.



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fcekAuthor Commented:

Tried different USB key and it worked.


Will kick this freeNAs around but interested in getting VNC to load on reboot.
Will post on it now.
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