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  1. Looks like I used Syslinux 6.04 (EFI; 6.04-pre2-11-gbf6db5b4*) for replacement files. The Files in the USB Creator are 6.03.
  2. I'm using uefi i think. Maybe got that mixed up. However the only difference besides the files i posted above is that i ran syslinux --install which i presumed changed something in bootsector or something like that. I've never fully checked which parts are involved in UEFI booting.
  3. Try the attached file writing it to the stick with dd if=filename of=/dev/sdX bs=446 count=1 on any linux box replacing sdx with the real one. Its the mbr of my stick. MBR_HardDisk4.dat
  4. Fuck, I forgot. Again! Thanks for bugging me. I have no documentation, I just worked on it till my stick was working. I'll have to try to get a new one running again, noting the steps I did. I'll try to find some time at the end of next week. Honestly I was SURE that the developers would switch the build tool to a newer syslinux version immediately, which should have fixed that problem. They are the ones getting paid for it, not me... If the developers would want to do a fix for this, they really only would have to use a newer Syslinux Version in their USB Creator. This should be s
  5. Maybe it was the syslinux --install command I did. Tell me the size of your stick and if needed the IP adress and hostname. I'll try to generate an image of same or smaller size for you.
  6. BTW. These files are from the beta version. Iḿ not sure if there is too much in it for the stable. The unraid guys really should update syslinux.
  7. Well, I have an archlinux box. Installed the syslinux package there, and copied all files over onto the files with the same name. I can't really remember which files I put in which folder, so I packaged you the files i have on my stick. Copy these to your stick overwriting the existing files. Good Luck, let me know if it works. syslinux_update.tar.bz2
  8. I created the USB Stick, and updated the Syslinux with syslinux --install /dev/sdX1 on arch. The presumably newer Syslinux is able to boot on UEFI Wanted to share.