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JMIG
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HOW to set my DVD and USB ports as the primary boot devices

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HP Pavillion 510 P010
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I would like to set my DVD and USB ports as the primary boot devices followed by the MAIN SSD HD.

 

I Disabled Secure Boot, Enabled Legacy, Set the BIOS BOOT Order as

1.DVD

2. USB 

3. SSD HD

 

I would like to leave it  like this permanently and automtically have my PC go through that boot order on start-up.

 My PC will still only boot to my Main SSD HD and not my DVD.

 

I donnot want to have to go to F9 each time to set boot order for each startup.

 

Is this possible?

If so, what am I not doing to make this hppern?

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@JMIG,

You likely did set/save the changes.  

The DVD or USB must be an .iso file to commit the boot sequence.

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It was my understanding the ISO file requirement was for the DVD drive only.

 

Th USB drive required an NTFS file structure to be bootable?

 

Would you please verify/clarify?

 

Thx

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