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Vgn nr220 do not boot from usb when i have enable the external boot devicec and boot prorety usb flash 1

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SOURCE: When I try to usb boot my vaio vgn-fw270j it says

the problem id is in your vaio vgn-fw270j, remove the battery and install again then power on..if the problem is still there. apply the procedure in to the HDD.. hope this will help..

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Free usb reboot


You might want to boot from a USB device, like an external hard drive or a flash drive, for many different reasons.
When you boot from a USB device, what you're actually doing is running your computer with the operating system that's installed on the USB device. When you start your computer normally, you're running with the operating system installed on your hard drive - Windows, Linux, etc.

How To Boot From a USB Device
Change the BIOS boot order so the USB device option is listed first. The BIOS is rarely setup this way by default.
If the USB boot option is not first in the boot order, your PC will start "normally" (i.e. boot from your hard drive) without even looking at any boot information that might be on your USB device.
Tip: The BIOS on most computers list the USB boot option as USB or Removable Devices but some confusingly list it as a Hard Drive option, so be sure to dig around if you're having trouble finding the right one to choose.
Note: After setting your USB device as the first boot device, your computer will check it for boot information each time your PC starts. Leaving your computer configured this way shouldn't cause problems unless you plan on leaving the bootable USB device attached all the time.
Attach the USB device to your computer via any available USB port.
Note: Creating a bootable flash drive or configuring an external hard drive as bootable is a task in itself. Chances are you made it to my instructions here because you know whatever USB device you have should be bootable after properly configuring BIOS.

  • Restart your computer.
  • Watch for a Press any key to boot from external device... message.
  • On some bootable devices, you may be prompted with a message to press a key before the computer will boot to the flash drive or other USB device.
  • If you do nothing, your computer will check for boot information on the next boot device in the list in BIOS (see Step 1) which will probably be your hard drive.
Note: Most of the time when trying to boot to a USB device there is no key-press prompt. The USB boot process usually starts immediately.

  • Your computer should now boot from the flash drive or USB based external hard drive.

Jan 02, 2015 | Computers & Internet

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When I try to usb boot my vaio vgn-fw270j it says "ntdlr is missing" though I can succesfully USB boot from another laptop... The BIOS settings are correct. "enable external device"...


the problem id is in your vaio vgn-fw270j, remove the battery and install again then power on..if the problem is still there. apply the procedure in to the HDD.. hope this will help..

Sep 16, 2012 | Sony VAIO VGN-FW270J PC Notebook

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Boot manager is compressed


There are some security programs that do this. When you press Ctrl-Alt-Del, you get a password dialog. Certain viruses also have this effect, either by imitating the security startup or sabotaging the boot sector.
Can you boot the computer with an optical disk or USB boot system? (Some Linux distributions can be installed on a USB flash drive. If your notebook BIOS lets you enable USB boot, you can start and run the computer using the the flash drive.)
If you can get a Windows install disk for your version, you can try a repair install to see if it will patch a corrupted boot sector. Otherwise, you may need to use an antivirus scan run from a system on an external drive.

Apr 04, 2012 | Advent 4211c Notebook

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I need boot my computer from usb. what I need?


Generally, you need a few things:

1. The PC has to support booting from a USB flash/pen/key drive. There may be anywhere from 1-3 items to change in the BIOS settings to make this possible assuming your BIOS supports it. Some BIOS's may refer to your flash drive as a USB floppy or USB zip. Of course there are exceptions.
2. The USB flash drive must support booting from it in general.
3. The flash drive must contain the boot/system files.
4. The flash drive must have bootsector area. This is done with special utilities.

Check out this comprehensive link to make a bootable USB / flash drive in your choice of several different Operating Systems.

I hope this helps and good luck. Please rate my reply. Thank you!

Apr 13, 2011 | Sony VAIO VGN-SR220J/B Laptop

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When i am swiching on the laptop it shows os not found


Dear Friend,
As there is no primary drive in this vaio, it boots form Hard drive. If OS on hard drive is corrupt OR HDD is bad then you will get such massage. Go to set up. Enable external booting option. Try booting the system from USB pen drive ( You have to make a bootable pen drive ). If it boots then you have to replace HDD.

Dec 05, 2010 | Sony VAIO VGN-UX280P Notebook

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Vgn-fs630w won't reboot and also when try with reboot disk it won't read...just continuous boot over and over again after "window loading" screen.


Sounds like you may have 2 problems, that is
1) corrupted windows installation or faulty Hard drive causing the constant reboot.
2) faulty CD drive or dirty laser or dirty disks.

You could try pressing F10 when you see the vaio logo which will take you to the HDD based recovery options.
Test your cd/dvd disks in another machine to make sure they are o.k if they are you can try cleaning laser in cd drive.
Or if the disks are o.k and your cd drive is faulty you could use an external usb cd drive and set the bios to boot from an external drive.

Feb 24, 2010 | Sony VAIO VGN-FS630/W Notebook

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My sony vaoi vgn a217m will not boot from memory stick. Even when i put the "removable drive" as no 1 in the boot sequence in the bios


Hi:
There is a good chance your memory stick isn't bootable. You can go to my computer, select the memory stick, format it, and check the box to make start up disk.

Dec 11, 2009 | Sony VAIO VGN-T350 Notebook

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I want to boot my pc from pendrive


hello friends..here is the great solution for you

http://www.cnet.com.au/boot-windows-xp-from-a-usb-flash-drive-339271777.htm

Apr 25, 2009 | Sony 1GB Micro Vault Ultra Mini USB 2.0...

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Sony Laptop, can it boot from USB External DVD


A bad sector is on a hard drive. You will need to replace the hard drive or you will run into the same problem. As far as booting with an external, some machine will and some won't, you'll just have to try and see if it recognizes it in the "boot from" menu.

Jul 11, 2008 | Sony VAIO Digital Studio VGN-AR320E...

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