Question about IBM eServer xSeries 206
Go into bios and change the boot order to usb device. once complete you will have to go into bios again and change it back to boot fron hard disc
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The PE26x0 series was many server-line generations ago,
thus booting from USB devices was not available at that time, thus it
will not work today either. This includes USB based bootable devices
(i.e. bootable USB key, DVD ROM..etc).
Even with the latest BIOS A21 for the PE2650, there is no support for bootable USB devices.
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• DVD-ROM • DVD-RAM • DVD-R • DVD-RW
• CD-R* • CD-ROM • PHOTO CD • CD-RW*
* Audio formatted CD-R and CD-RW can be played.
• Playing back discs list as "Non-playable discs" above may
generate noise and damage speakers.
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