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I'm trying to boot into legacy mode to work with another OS on a usb stick. The stick doesn't appear in the boot menu. Secure boot is disabled....what else needs to be done? There doesn't appear any kind of legacy mode to select in the bios. Also, this model in so new, there are no YouTube videos on how to upgrade. And no pictures of the internals to reference...anyone have any? I'm not sure about the Hard drive setup, ie what kind of cable is needed, and where it goes on the motherboard..

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@GJBNH-1 

There can be a second UEFI/BIOS setting known as Disable booting from portable devices.  If this is Enabled, your PC will not boot from a USB stick.  I don't know where specifically this is located in the settings, so you will have to look to see if it is there.



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GJBNH-1
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Thank you for your reply. This particular bios does not have this setting...

 

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If you disable secure boot it will automatically enable the legacy support. Are you getting the boot from the USB drive option in the BIOS?

 

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Secure boot IS indeed disabled, and the usb doesn't show up in the boot menu....

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Do you see be below setting in your BIOS?

 

 

 

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GJBNH-1
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To clarify, the key does show up in the boot menu after I press f9

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Yes, It does appear in the bios, my bad. Enabling it does not cause the key to appear or  to boot however..

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Have you tried a different USB flash drive?

 

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Just ordered a bunch

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