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How to upgrade BIOS to support "Boot from USB" option

I have Intel 845GVSR motherboard which supports boot options for Internal HDD/Floppy/CD/DVD. I want to boot from USB external HDD.
Kindly provide the drivers for that.

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Have to tried to update your bios to latest version

i will be available on www.intel.com

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