I am trying to burn RHEL exam image in order to test it prior my exam this Friday, however, I am unable to boot up from the USB drive. I am very familiar with changing boot order from BIOS etc.. But I guess the image itself isn't bootable, here are different steps I tried:
I have re-downloaded the image once again in case the first one was damaged somehow, but still no success, if anyone has a suggestion, please let me know.
I am using this link to download the ISO: https://rhdc-static-assets-prod.s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/downloads/training-certification/rhrexboo...
EDIT: SecureBoot was enabled, after disabling it, it worked just fine
Thanks for your update!
try disabling the secure boot option in bios
I have the same issue, The bootable USB is not readable somehow.
As soon as I burn the image the USB is not detected by my system and USB does not reflect in my BIOS.
and when I try to reformat the USB the tool automatically reads the USB to format
I am also facing, Cannot boot from USB for RHCSA remote exam
Editing BIOS and changing Secure Boot to Disabled, worked like a charm.
i've now downloaded the rhrexboot.iso 4 times now and tried opening it to create
a bootable USB drive. I've tried this on my desktop and my laptop with no success.
the same old messge comes up "the disc image file is corrupted".
is there another URL download link I can try (it looks like i may need to re-schedule my exam because of this).
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