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Boot from usb

I can't boot from usb2. I have toshiba A60 and bios 1.8.
In my bios there is not this option.
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  • lucareale200 Mar 08, 2009

    Thanks but I know this.

    I can't boot from usb ubuntu pre-installed in my key.

    I don't know why.



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Sounds like the boot order menu is what you have. Set the boot order menu to try other devices before the hard drive. (Example: CD/DVD drive, floppy; if present, USB devices, hard drive). You should have a default key for accessing the boot menu (usually f11 or f12). Hit this key and choose the USB option. Make sure the device you want to boot to is already connected before you turn on the laptop.

Posted on Mar 02, 2009

  • Robert Kasik
    Robert Kasik Sep 28, 2013

    USB is not option

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