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I want to boot from usb flash drive. how can i do ?

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Ftp://ftp.biostar-usa.com/manuals/M7VKA/M7VKAmanual.PDF
you need read first the manual, after you that no is posible, beacuse the original bios can not boot by usb device, no boot usb cdrom, no boot usb flashdrive, no boot usb pendrive. ok

only posible is you edit the bios and agree the optios usb booting, the expecialist make this.
opss!, other posibility you paypal any company maked this job in your bios.
i sorry.

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Hi

Thank you for your query

Please try the following

1) Switch on PC
2) Press F12, del or the ESC key to enter setup
3) Go to advanced options and then choose boot options
4) In boot options choose USB peripheral to be set as first boot device
5) Save and exit from the BIOS screen

As the PC restarts make sure the USB flash drive is plugged into the PC

I hope this has been useful

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In bios change the booting sequense and set to usb drive and also make sure you have usb bootable drive.
Hope this helps. Please rate my response.
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Go to search and type how to create a bootable usb flash drive. And make sure your creating one from a Windows 98 second edition, any other will not work. Just keep that in mind and follow the instructions. In the end, your flash drive will have 3 system files which are COMMAND.COM, IO.SYS, and MSDOS.SYS. Good luck.

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You need to configure your system BIOS in order to boot from USB drive. Open BIOS while booting up by pressing DEL key or F2 key when prompted. Look for boot settings or Boot order. Configure it as you need. Enable USB booting. Some older motherboards don't support USB booting.

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Windows 7,Linux and other OS install from USB Pen drive, Flash Drive


To Install Windows 7 via USB Flash Drive (Pen Drive)
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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.
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Hello,

I don't think this is possible. Still we can work on this.

Even I am verymuch Intersted with these kind of issues. I haven't tried installing XP on USB flash drive. But I installed the XP on USB harddrive and it worked.

We can try this with your co-operation. To boot with the USB devices, first your computer or laptop should have the option to boot with the USB devices. You can check in BIOS, under BOOT order for this option.

If USB boot option is not there, then you cannot boot with the Flash drive, not only flash drive all USB devices. They will work only after booting into Windows.

Comming to installation procedure, installtion is same as installing the XP on harddrive. While installing the XP, at partition page, you can see the USB flash drive, select it and continue the installtion.

If your computer has the option to boot with the USB devices and if the flash drive won't boot into Windows after installtion, then we have to set Flash drive as Active partition from Disk Management, and then we can try. In Disk Management, right click on the USB drive and select set active partition. If it won't allow to set the USb flash drive as active, then it is not possible to install XP on flash drive.

Even I googled everywhere on how to do this, but not information.
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