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I am try to do the usb in the bios to enable but no respone to do enabled

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  • sawalhaia Nov 10, 2010

    ok thanks but what can i do
    please help

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Please elaborate on your problem.

If you are trying to install from USB, you first have to enable the USB in the BIOS.

Older models of Dell PowerEdge servers does not support the USB function. It is all dependent on the mother board.

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