In Bios I have the usual boot order CD / then HD.There is also USB, USB FDD, and HDD, which are all marked Not Applicable.Is there any way I can configure the USB HDD to my external HD and use it so I can boot from it.Seems odd as I was also thinking of getting a FDD. I have a collection of floppies and again would like to give them a try out.
Looks like you motherboard does not support them.
That's what I was thinking so next time I buy a Laptop I will make certain they are supported.It never crossed my mind at the time of buying so I am a little wiser.
and not have the features available. Look in intergrated peripherals for any usb disabled.Also what is the make and model of motherboard.
.Perhaps you need to have a bootable USB device plugged in and switched on before you go into the BIOS Boot options for the greyed out items to become available.Peter.
Ran Fresh Diagnostics for the following.Motherboard model R610Vendor SamsungVersion N/ASerial Number 123490EN400015I had a look in the USB and the driver date is 6/21/2006Laptop Samsung R610 32bit.
Just looked at the manual and you're right. It does not have the facility to boot from usb. It just has boot from network with a F12 at start up.Strange for a machine that runs 7.
Try enabling "USB legacy for DOS"then see f the USB boot options become available.
That feature is not shown in the bios according to the manual.click here
It does not see the USB device in BIOS if its not plugged in. Start with it plugged then go to BIOS and look for the drive
I thought the same as you as I wanted to boot from a HP memory Stick. It worked after I plugged it in and moved it up the list as in my Laptop BIOS it does just like yours N/A
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