I just got a Dell Precision 5530 about two weeks ago that came with Ubuntu 18.04 pre-installed. I tried to like Ubuntu, but want to go back to Fedora, had Fedora 16 - 20 on my Desktop for a long time and it was really nice (desktop was destroyed by lightning unfortunately).
I downloaded the KDE Sping of Fedora, used Disks application in Gnome on Ubuntu to remove the partition, created a new 4GB partition and restored the image onto that partition, then made it bootable.
When i try to boot into that ISO (after changing the BIOS settings to set the flashdrive as the first boot device), it boots into a Grub menu
This is the first time i see something like this happen, usually when booting from a CD / DVD / Flashdrive on older computers, it goes straight into the live system.
It shows something about EUFI next to the flash drive on the BIOS boot selection menu, not sure if that is useful or not, on the flashdrive itself, i’m seeing 4 directories, EFI, imges, isolinux and LiveOS.
Any suggestions on how to get it to boot into the Fedora Live system so that i can test it?