Hiya folks. I bought a new Asus Eee 1000h from the birthdaymoney I got from here and there, and it came with Windows XP (Home *shudders*). So, I've ALWAYS wanted a laptop or netbook with linux on it, and Sabayon have had my attention for.. a long while, along with Fedora. So, I decided to try out Sabayon Linux 4.2 CoreCD (The stripped down version, so I can start from the beginning. I only have a 1gig pendrive, so that was why I tried this one). I downloaded the .iso and "installed" it on my pendrive using UNetbootin for windows, and it seemed to work fine, got the main screen of Sabayon on my monitor, and selected text install (the only one available on CoreCD). Seemed fine, until I got a "cannot find any bootable medium" (Or something of the like) error from it, and was clueless. I then tried formatting the pendrive and installing Sabayon 3.5 Pod (A "mini" version) with UNetbootin, but I could not even boot from BIOS with it, it just said: "Please remove all removable drives Press any key to reboot" So, I am clueless on this. Any help would be GRAND!