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Atheros boot agent configuration menu\r\n network boot protocol? boot order?

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I am attempting to reboot my eee 900. I have a black screen but I can manuver around F2 and F8. I change the boot device priority because I am using an UBS to reboot with. It want allow me to do that. Presently I can get on atheros boot agent where the line reads Boot: I have no ideal what to type here. Can someone help me.

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My computer when start power it show Atheros boot agent

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