I'm trying to load a fresh install of Fedora 9 (yes, it has to be that version) onto a freshly FAT32-formatted harddrive. I formatted my flash drive to FAT32 and made it bootable (using these
instructions), and then burned the Fedora 9 Live iso with the Universal USB Installer program recommended. I changed the boot order in BIOS to USB then SATA, at which point I try to boot and get the "Error loading operating system" message.
I've tried disabling the secondary boot so that it will only look for operating system from the USB, but then it just tells me to insert boot media and press a key, which means it's not reading the USB for some reason, even though the USB light is on.
My question: What am I doing wrong? Is there something else I should check for that could be interfering with the boot sequence?