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Im working on alot of EVO D510 desktops and there is a commen error of them not being able to boot of USB's. Iv tried replacing every hardware part but nothing works is there somthing in the bios that needs changing or update. Thanks Lee

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USB boot is a feature set in the BIOS. You can find the settings when you enter BIOS setup when the computer starts up.

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    yes i do know that and thats why im asking is there a certain setup or bios flash that will enable the PC to boot from USB as everthing i have tried in the bios myself does not work, its enabled set to first boot device but just skips straight to HDD boot, ??????????????????????????????

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