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I can't boot with USB -

I have latest P15 bios
Option on bios USB boot is enable

USB key boots fine on new computers with with this motherboard, I have no luck.

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  • jackbaurctu Aug 24, 2008

    Yes I set to boot from USB

    Boot sequence

    1.Removable device
    2 CDROM

    When I press "enter" on Removable Devices I see my Kingston USB.



  • xianwu2001 May 01, 2009

    can't boot from usb thumb.



    computer brand

    Acer Aspire T180

    PTS560X01265215E8D2702

    Main Board EM61SM/EM61PM

    BIOS 6.00PG

    BIO-ID R01-A4

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Have you set it to boot from USB otherwise it will boot from other first

Posted on Aug 24, 2008

  • David
    David Aug 24, 2008

    What programs do you have on USB that are bootable and if it comes up as a drive letter
    IE F:\type in dir /w this should bring up the contents in a list across the screen
    Then F:\ you type in whatever exe you have
    F:\ buspass.exe press enter the program should work if it is totally on USB


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