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I wish to know if it is possible to boot an ASUS N61J from a HDdrive and/or a a USB key , connected to a USB port , and how to set up the Boot order of this laptop. Regards ,

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You can check this possibility by going into the BIOS configuration and go to the BOOT UP device order. If the USB port is available and you can change the boot order so that the USB port is the first boot device then you can boot up from a USB memory/flash device.
The normal boot up sequence usually allows the hard disk as the first or second boot device (the CD/DVD may be the first boot device). It does not matter if the CD/DVD is the first boot device, if there isn't a boot CD in the CD/DVD drive then it will automatically go to the next boot device usually the hard disk.

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