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BIOS settings to boot from bootable USB Key

I'm trying to change BIOS to boot from a bootable USB Key, what settings should I use? My mobo is Intel's D850MV AAA56423-301 BIOS is Intel's MV85010A.86A.0011.p05.0111141737 11/14/2001

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  • Cloyne Apr 10, 2008

    Quiet boot and Intel Rapid BIOS boot are enabled, so are Scan User Flash Area and USB Boot.

    Boot device priority is set to Removable Dev first followed respectively by CD Rom, Hard Drive and finally 1BA 4.0.1Q Slot 0208 (whatever that is).

    Both my HDD are listed in Hard Disk Drive and only one entry appears in Removable devices (my floppy disk unit). I tried changing some of those settings (boot priority and/or disable rapid boot and scan user flash) without success. Since USB boot is on, I suspect boot priority is what I have to change but various sequences all failed.

    My USB KEY is bootable because I was able to boot my laptop from it. Maybe I should verify if more recent BIOS is available and try updating it but I'm reluctant to do so if the system is functional and stable which it is.

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Hello
Here is a link for your motharboard manual

ftp://download.intel.com/design/motherbd/mv/A6514501.pdf


Your needs are in page 113
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Posted on Apr 08, 2008

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