Yeah I can do that, but it is in a different location. As stated I can see the drive with the image from the Linux system using GParted etc and its looks okay. But I will try it out and see what happens.
Also, as an update, I was able to boot FeatherLinux from the plain vanilla 1GB USB stick on this VIA ART-3000 box setting the USB as stated above to “FDD” (it still did not boot as HDD).
I wrote FeatherLinux with the same Windows software that I used to write Zeroshell to the drive. But I have to say the contents looked quite different, no extra partitions and a FAT filesystem.
So this seems to point back to that particular Zeroshell image ability to boot from USB?