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Boot to Usb

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I am trying to boot to my Usb (it has Linux on it) but when I change my Bios and put the Usb in and reboot it says "strike F1 to reboot, F2 for setup utility" F1 gives me the same error message and F2 enters the Bios. The same thing happens when I press F12 and it brings up the boot list and I chose Usb flash drive (this is what I am useing). One time that I had a floppy in my computer is said Ntlder missing, so I was woudering if there is a boot disk that would make my computer boot form my Usb or is there was something that I could add to my bootable floppy that I have (the floppy has USB, Ntfs, and DVD drive suport and also a mouse driver.)
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