To install an OS from a USB Pen Drive instead from a CD ROM, i followed these instructions.
Or there is a tool as well to make the usb bootable.
Once you have done that, then:
Configure the BIOS of the target computer to boot to the USB device:
a. Press F2 during boot to enter BIOS Setup
b. Go to the Boot menu.
c. Enable USB Boot.
d. Save by pressing F10 and exit the BIOS Setup.
All the best,
The problem is not with the usb stick the problem is with the motherboard which is not allowing me to boot from the usb stick. i have used the same usb stick in a laptop and it installed perfectly without any worries thanks
Have you tried all the usb ports from front panel and back panel?
I hope that USB is enabled in the bios. Advanced >> Peripheral Configuration >> USB Configuration >>
i have enabeld usb boot and then in advanced configuration i have set up usb to high speed to enable usb2.0 interface and i have tried booting only from the usb no use . Are u using the same motherboard does usb booting workout for u thanks
Unfortunately, i dont have this board as it is quite old this family series.
However, i know that the board should be capable of booting on usb.
Make sure that you installed the latest bios version.
Check the release notes:
As from Bios Version P04, they have added support to boot from USB flash devices.
All the best,
They have put in the release notes but its not working i am having their bios update from 7 to 20 i have updated all of them it doesnt work in any of them so any body dont try its waste of time . anyway thanks for your assistance
go to bios setup->advanced->USB configuration.
load default settings(F9). u will see nowUSB related options.
save and exit
now in bios boot menu, u will see USB boot option available.