Thanks, I'll try that! The PC is an old HP Pavillion and it's been a while since I've checked the specs, but there's an AMD Athelon II in there (not sure of the clock speed), 4GB DDR2 RAM, and some sort of an old Nvidia graphics card. Pretty much an outdated computer that was lying around that I decided to turn into an entertainment center
Sorry, I kept typing that wrong. I did mean LibreElec. Yes, the USB stick has LibreElec loaded on it and I used the LibreElec USB-SD Creator.
Apologies for that
My current OpenElec on my Nvidia x86/64 device is corrupt (original Kodi repositories & downloads are not functioning), so I am trying to reinstall the latest stable version of OpenElec. Trouble is, when I insert the loaded OpenElec USB and reboot, the system doesn't recognize the USB drive. I have gone into BIOS and the drive seems to not exist. I originally installed OpenElec using a USB and my USB bluetooth keyboard/mouse is still functioning, so I know that the USB ports are functional (yes, I've tried all existing ports and still no love in reading the bootable USB).
I've attached a screenshot of the USB stick's contents.
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated