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I'm unable to reorder the boot sequence or disable the USB drive from the Boot Order on a hp Paviliion dv7-1132nr. Bios is Insydeh20 3.5. Up and down arrows are active but f5/f6 does not disable the drive. What's going on?

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  1. press F10
  2. choose boot sequence
  3. disable USB boot

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