Goal: boot up from fully installed debian 9 USB drive
I installed debian into my USB drive but it fails to recognize my USB in boot option. This is the link where I downloaded the iso file.
Below are what I have tried
I tried to burn the iso into my first USB drive using Rufus
I then try to boot from the USB live
I run through the setup progress, burning the OS into my second USB. During the progress, it did not show any errors. (it was able to detect my second USB).
However, after I finished the setup. It did not show up the second USB as one of the boot option.
I checked the boot sequence. My first priority is USB port. I repeated all the steps mentioned above on my friend laptop (Windows 10) and it worked on his laptop.
1) I unplugged the internal hard drive and setting up debian without it, it just tells me no bootable drive.
2) Run the checksum
C:\Users\PC\Downloads\ISO>certutil -hashfile debian-live-9.8.0-amd64-gnome+nonfree.iso MD5 MD5 hash of debian-live-9.8.0-amd64-gnome+nonfree.iso: 83436d6e797c75084dbeba203f5a818d CertUtil: -hashfile command completed successfully.
it is the same as the official website.
3) I tried to copy the ESI files
/EFI/debian from Windows and pasted it to the USB ESI partition
4) I also took out my second internal Hard Drive and inserted a new Hard drive to install Debian into it