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How to turn on the USB flash drive in BIOS

Instruction
Usually, USB support is enabled by default in BIOS. But in the event that for some reason it turned out to be disabled, it is necessary to activate it. To do this, when you start the computer, enter the BIOS; the input is most often by pressing the Del key. Since computer manufacturers in this case do not adhere to a single standard, the BIOS can be entered by pressing the Esc, F1, F2, F3, F10 keys, or the Ctrl + Alt + Esc combination.
Log in to the BIOS and find the Integrated Periphirals section. In it, find the line USB Controller and switch its state to Enabled. Save the changes by pressing F10, or by going to the main window by pressing the Esc button and selecting the Save & Exit Setup option. In the window that appears, you will be asked to confirm the changes, to do this, type Y and press Enter.
Much more often the user has the need not to connect the USB flash drive as such, but to load a computer from it. To do this, many computers have the option to select the boot menu, it is usually called when the computer starts by pressing one of the keys: F8, F9, F10, F11, F12.The specific key used depends on the motherboard.
In the menu that opens, select the boot device you need, in this case USB. The computer will be booted from a flash drive, but provided that it has the necessary boot files.
If you did not find the boot menu, you can select a flash drive as a boot device directly in the BIOS. To do this, enter the BIOS and find the tab with the lines First boot and Second boot - that is, the primary boot device and the secondary. The fields next to these lines indicate the current settings. Change them as needed — for example, set the primary boot device to a USB drive and a secondary hard drive. Save the changes as described above.
Remember that if you install the operating system from a USB flash drive or CD and choose the boot device in the BIOS rather than the boot menu, then after the first automatic restart of Windows, you must enter the BIOS again and return the boot from the hard disk. If this is not done, autoload from the USB flash drive or CD will work again, and Windows will again begin the first stage of the installation procedure.


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