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I am not able to boot from USB boot disk on pavilion 15 ab522tx

Pavilion 15 ab522tx
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I have pavilion 15 ab522tx notebook and installed with windows 10 on it. I want to boot linux from USB boot disk but i couldn't enable the USB boot option in BIOS. please guide me.

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Hi@hdash999,

 

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Need assistance in installing Linux on the PC. Is that right?

 

Thank you for sharing the issue details. I would like to help you.

 

The PC you are trying to install has not been tested installing Linux and it is designed to work best with Windows operating system.

HP doesn’t recommend any hardware/software changes on the PC. Any changes you may wish to do is your sole discretion.

 

Hope this helps. Let me know for more.

 

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I am not able to boot from USB boot disk on pavilion 15 ab522tx

Ok I am not looking for Linux but there should be some process involved to boot from USB bootable drive for Windows OS .

 

Can i know that process please.

 

 

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Hi@hdash999,

 

I thank you for the reply.

 

If you are using HP recovery USB drive, all you need to do is to plug it into the port and restart the PC and the drive will be automatically detected to download the bootable content.

I am not sure if that works with Linux bootable files on the drive.

 

Hope this helps. Happy posting.

 

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I am not able to boot from USB boot disk on pavilion 15 ab522tx

I bought a windows 10 laptop, and am in the process of installing via a USB boot as well. If your device is anything like mine, which it should be, you will need to open start menu, settings, update and security, recovery, advanced start-up, restart now to get to bios. Although you mentioned it so I think you already know to do this, just making sure for anyone else who's reading.

From there, navigate your bios to enable legacy booting from a USB, and figure out how to change the boot order. By default it should be a hard disk first, you would want to move USB above that. Meaning that it attempts a USB boot first.

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