Originally Posted by Lacr1m0sa
Ah, sorry. Meant to post that.
CPU: AMD FX=8320
Motherboard: GIGABYTE 990FXA-UD3
RAM: 8GB GSKILL RIPJAW
Hard Drive: 1TB WD10EZEX Western Digital Blue
Graphics: GTX660 GIGABYTE
And I'm using Windows 7.
Ok we know what your mobo is & what OS you're using you can
1. Since you have booted Puppy & it will fit on cd you can burn it to cd, by right-clicking on it in windows-explorer, select "Burn As Image".
Puppy is a great OS for older equipment but I don't think you need it, because your equipment is quite new.
I've had some problems with unetbootin so I haven't used it in a while.
I don't want to go to fast for you so I would just like you to concentrate on getting Puppy booting along with a network connection, when you accomplish that post back & I will give a little more info. Hopefully you will figure it out without the necessity.
Also have you made room on your hdd for another OS?
After reviewing 1 of your more recent posts, I saw that you've been able to boot slack.
Have you freed up space for another OS? If not then boot back into windows & right-click on "Computer", select "Manage", "Disk Management" & resize your Windows partition.
Then proceed with slack.