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I'm having window 7 in my usb to format the laptop but it worked in my laptop, but in my brother laptop it's not working I tried to go bios but I reach here in (photo) This photo is from internet but look same. I dont know how to enable usb so please I need anyone to help me. Thank you

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Two things you need to do in the BIOS.  First go in and find where it says

 

 

Boot Sequence

 

 • Diskette drive • ST320LT007-9ZV142 / ST3250312AS • USB Storage Device • CD/DVD/CD-RW Drive • Onboard NIC

 

Move USB Storage Device to the top of the list.

 

Somewhere you also need to change

Boot List Option to  Legacy   Not sure if you need to do that first or if it's on a per boot sequence item basis.


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Thank you for your reply, May I know how to reach BIOS, I did f12 and went to BIOS setup but reached that in the above photo, and when I do f12 I reach in that (photo) now I just put it. also this photo from internet.

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Edited by Deamon77, 05 February 2017 - 08:42 AM.

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From the screen in your picture, hit the down arrow key until it highlights BIOS Setup then hit Enter.


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From the screen in your picture, hit the down arrow key until it highlights BIOS Setup then hit Enter.

You mean go to BIOS setup,  I already went to BIOS setup but I reached of this (photo) not BIOS

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Edited by Deamon77, 05 February 2017 - 01:14 PM.

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Right.  Poke around there.  You need to set the boot sequence to look at the USB first and you need to find where you choose between legacy and UEFI  (you want Legacy on your USB)


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This photo is from internet. Boot sequence look like this

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Uncheck the UEFI in two places.  Check Legacy.

 

You may need to Add Boot Option to get it to boot from the USB.


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What should I write here :v

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Probably not an option you need.

 

You just want a boot sequence where

USB -Legacy is at the top.


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Because when I went to legacy everything was tick and I restarted it but it same dosen't start window install. Is there any other step :v


Edited by Deamon77, 08 February 2017 - 09:05 AM.

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I fix it.. Thank you :)


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Good.  What did you have to do?


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I let the shop change my setting. then it work when I put usb.


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Glad you got it.

I was going to suggest you go to the "view" button which would show the boot options available.


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