I am currently using a 32bit copy of Linux Cinnamon, though I would like to switch to Xfce since it performs better on low end hardware, like my laptop here. Unfortuanatly, I can not use the disk I originally used as it was a R disk, so there is no formatting it and loading up Xfce on it. That was my only disk, and no USB drives are present.
Unetbootin appearantly allows for this process through the hard drive, I got the ISO, and followed the steps here http://unetbootin.github.io/. The difference being I used the Linux bootloader via holding onto shift and then selected unetbootin... the problem is that it just booted up to my normal OS copy of Cinnamon, and not the ISO of Xfce.
I have spent about two hours looking up the problem, to no avail, so I thought coming here would be the smart thing to do.
Appreciate the help.
Edited by Chesterlots, 17 August 2015 - 04:21 PM.