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GuzmanN
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USB dont appear for selecting to install Windows 10

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Victus by HP 16.1 inch Gaming Laptop PC 16-e0000 (2V9A1AV)
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

i have been following all the steps needed to install windows 10 with an usb on my new Victus that had already FreeDos as OSfilled step 1 getting the software from Windows "https://www.microsoft.com/es-es/software-download/windows10" filled step 2 have gotten the RAID from "https://www.intel.la/content/www/xl/es/download/19727/intel-rapid-storage-technology-raid-for-window..." but on step 3 when i insert the pen and turn on the pc in the boot menu I can only select between FreeDOS and HP Documents, no option to select USB. Its not a USB problem because if I insert it in other computer the instalation of windows 10 starts automatically. How can i solve this? Thanks.

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Paul_Tikkanen
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Hi:

 

Does your notebook's BIOS have a legacy mode option to enable?

 

If so, enable it but boot off the UEFI USB diskette on key/USB flash drive.

 

If your notebook's BIOS does not have a legacy mode option, unfortunately I don't know why you don't get an option to boot from the USB flash drive when you press the ESC key and select the F9 boot options menu.

 

Doesn't your notebook come with an AMD processor and chipset?

 

If so, you don't need the Intel storage controller drivers.

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Paul_Tikkanen
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Hi:

 

Does your notebook's BIOS have a legacy mode option to enable?

 

If so, enable it but boot off the UEFI USB diskette on key/USB flash drive.

 

If your notebook's BIOS does not have a legacy mode option, unfortunately I don't know why you don't get an option to boot from the USB flash drive when you press the ESC key and select the F9 boot options menu.

 

Doesn't your notebook come with an AMD processor and chipset?

 

If so, you don't need the Intel storage controller drivers.

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GuzmanN
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How can i get that menu for changing the option? 

 

Ok never mind i just got it

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