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Fedora19 Continuously rebooting at boot menu

OK I'm new to Linux. I run it on a Raspberry Pi, but now I want something faster.

I built a solid-state PC out of an Atom-processor-based mini-ITX board with 4GB RAM, an SSD, and a USB stick to boot from. I just burned a copy of Fedora19 onto the stick, but the rig keeps restarting Fedora's boot menu. It shows a menu that says, "Fedora Live", "Run Fedora From USB", and "Troubleshooting". The Troubleshooting menu shows a menu that doesn't seem to actually do anything. The memory test option shows an explanation of what it does, but when I hit enter the screen just refreshes.

What am I doing wrong here?