Hello, Whilst writing this I actually fixed the issue but I thought I'd post anyway as this technique might be useful to others... I have a javascript class I wrote (alas I can't post the whole code as the IP technically belongs to the company I work for) which presents 3 drop down boxes, 1 for day, 1 for month and 1 for year. If you select an invalid date (eg 30th feb), it automatically updates itself to a near correct date (eg 28th feb) the class handles leap years. This sadly doesn't work in chrome and I'd appreciate if …

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Dear friends, I'm trying to "Write" Chrome-OS.img to a USB flash which is of size 4GB, Booting Chrome OS from a USB flash. I'm using "win32diskimager-binary" to do that. The problem is when I try to "Write" the image, this error message appears: (Writing to a physical device can corrupt the device. Are you sure you want to continue?) When I click "YES", the flash becomes corrupted + doesn't work. Then I use HP USB Format tool to get it back. So, how to solve this issue please? I'm following this guide in here: [Click Here](http://chromeos.hexxeh.net/lime.php) Thanks :-)

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Hi! I've searched Google for hours, but I can't find the answer anywhere. I have an 8GB flash drive, and I want to install Chromium OS on it. However, I would only need about 4GB of storage for Chromium OS. Allocating the other 4GB of space for Chromium OS seems like a waste to me. I wanted to know if it was possible for me to partition the flash drive into two 4GB partitions, with one partition being the bootable Chromium OS and the other being a normal FAT32 file system. If this is possible, can any of you kindly …

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[URL="http://www.google.com"]Google[/URL] [URL="http://code.google.com/p/chromium"]Chromium OS[/URL] version 4.0.253.0, Free, 3GB image. I took Google's Chromium OS for a spin yesterday for two reasons: One, I thought that it looks interesting and, two, I wanted to see how it runs in real time on my netbook. I've used Google's [URL="http://www.google.com/chrome"]Chrome[/URL] browser for sometime now so I thought I'd give their Chrome browser-based OS a go. Here are my first impressions of Chromium and its features. Hardware: [URL="http://www.acer.com"]Acer[/URL] Aspire One netbook with 1GB RAM and using a 4GB USB thumb drive for the OS container. [B]Boot Time:[/B] WOW! It boots so quickly that I had …

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