Heya folks! Just ran into a problem last night, I've been running Batocera on an HP thinclient via usb thumbdrive and wanted to see if there was a performance increase if I ran it off of the internal flash ATA drive instead. I used the installer from inside Batocera's menu and it said there was an Error and that the installation was corrupt. Unfortunately, now every time I boot from the thumbdrive it seems to detect the internal installation and force that to boot instead. (The thumb drive light flashes once, then the internal drive flashes and continues to flash as it loads from the internal instead). The screen flashes the black and white joystick loading screen for a split second and then black and hangs there. I've tried disabling the internal drive from the boot order, booting without the thumbdrive, booting with it, burning a fresh copy of Batocera to the USB thumbdrive again to see if that will fix things (just in case the thumbdrive install was corrupted somehow) and it's still not working. Any help would be appreciated.