But I don't have a Linux distribution. Obviously, the Windows 10 distribution does not have such utilities as mktable... Apparently, to run KOS, you must first create a Linux Live USB distribution.
Currently it is not possible to partition disks from KolibriOS, therefore you have to use some other OS to do this.
Windows is absolutely okay, you can use standard diskpart utility or any suitable gui tool (mentioned bootice looks promising).
Alternatively, you can try prebuilt flash image
. It hasn't been tested properly yet, you can help with this.
Im write youre raw image on usb by rawrite32.
First notebook doesn't see the flash drive as boot uefi, but it have feature "run from file".I found the file "EFI\BOOT\BOOTX64.EFI" is it really on the flash drive? Im run it, and get blue rectangle on black screen with label
'\EFI\BOOT\BOOTX64.EFI boot failed. [OK]"
However, I can't understand why the bootloader is x64
? We have a 32-bit system.
... Yep im reboot an test it again. Kolibri Flash drive have file BOOTX64.EFI - thats true.
For example hardrive have 32 bit file bootia32.efi for init system.
Thats All... Anyway, thanks for trying.
Second notebook freezee with logo. Maybe its hardware is not compatible with Kolibri
... Processor is x64, but the motherboard may not be compatible. But other uefi live usb runs ok on this device.