Except now when I try to power up, the usb external adds itself to my boot device priority list in my Bios. It takes the place of the actual drive I need to boot up. So it will not boot up.
I reset the system and went into the Bios. Under "Hard disk drives" it showed my USB external as being number 1, than my 2 internal drives were 2 and 3 on the list. I moved them around and put the external as #3.
I than went under "Boot device priority" and removed the usb external from the list and put my original back in place. I saved everything and exited. System started and ran fine.
I powered down as normal and tried to reboot. I had the same problems over again. So I thought maybe I did not save the Bios before exiting. So I repeated everything in the Bios. Saved it and exited. Booted up.
But on reboot it goes back to the wrong hard drive for Boot up.
How do I get the Bios to stop changing?
Must I unplug the USB external drive every time I power down.