This motherboard supports up to Windows XP. This may be the reason why you get an error message when reading the Operating System.
I suggest you re-image the USB and try again since also a damage image can cause this problem.
Here you can check the Operating System compatibility for this board:
Thank you very much sir for your reply, and sorry for the delay. Yes i too now agree that the motherboard is not compatible at all( i tried to manually boot through grub by using chainloader command, but the same problem persist). Thank you again sir.
One more thing that i would like to share is that, in bios the PATA primary master is displayed as the CD/DVD drive and PATA secondary master is the hard disk, while SATA port 0 or 1 is displayed as not available. Shouldent SATA ports(0 or 1) display the usb?