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One of my friend had a same issue with Debian. It can be easily solved.

  1. hit TAB : the installer will show a list of possible options.
  2. type the correct image name (it is case sensitive)
  3. Hit ENTER I had options like linux0, basic0, check0, memtest, local, returntodomain. I chose linux0 and it boots properly.

If you are looking for a permanent solution: You may try deleting the vesamenu.c32 file on the USB drive, and replacing it with the most recent local version (located at /usr/lib/syslinux).

One of my friend had a same issue with Debian. It can be easily solved.

  1. hit TAB : the installer will show a list of possible options.
  2. type the correct image name (it is case sensitive)
  3. Hit ENTER

I had options like linux0, basic0, check0, memtest, local, returntodomain. I chose linux0 and it boots properly.

If you are looking for a permanent solution: You may try deleting the vesamenu.c32 file on the USB drive, and replacing it with the most recent local version (located at /usr/lib/syslinux).