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Can not change Bios Boot Device

Toshiba Portege R100,
I can not boot from USB Device and can not change bios boot priority
bios boot priority is invisible

it like this HDD-Floppy-USB CDRom-

now it can boot only from HDD and F12 option also not work

Please solv this problem

thanks

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  • Anonymous Jun 17, 2008

    I am do not connect with USB HUB

  • blood knight Dec 04, 2008

    cannot change boot devise of dell latitude CPt in fact cannot change any settings please advise and give a solution

  • Tim Babcock
    Tim Babcock May 11, 2010

    Is your USB device you want to boot from connected to a USB hub?

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Remoove battery n start
press f8 n safe mode
shut down n restart
press/dell/f2/f10/f12 key
then u will go to bios setup
if changes is not saved then change cmos battery

Posted on Jun 18, 2008

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