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Jonathan Morris
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Flash Bios From

2. Turn off the power of the computer and remove the battery, since we will need to connect the drive, go to the BIOS settings and add the Flash Bios From file to the boot sector. If you have not changed the default settings, you will need to press F2 at boot, go to the BIOS settings, select a hard drive and select the boot device (usually flash disk, IDE, SATA, SCSI, USB, etc.).

Flash Bios From

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3. Make sure the BIOS supports booting from a USB flash drive and there are no restrictions on the size of USB Flash Drive (for example, the BIOS does not allow to install the bootloader from USB flash drive of more than 1 GB). If it does not support booting from USB Flash Drive, only the following BIOSes will be supported by the selected tutorial:

And for those who do not want to waste time on writing to a CD, the set of tools is more clear. "Plug-in USB" - it will write the boot code of the plop into the first sector of the flash drive. And "Install Plop" - this will combine the boot code in the first sector with the contents of the flash drive. The installation procedure - if the flash drive is compatible with the BIOS of a particular computer - I will have to install a boot menu in the BIOS (the BIOS will require a clock BIOS) and, at the boot menu, select the operating system from the Plop boot manager. If you need to make the BIOS BIOS boot USB drives, you need to reboot into BIOS settings (F2, F11, etc.) In the BIOS setting menu, you can add a "Boot" menu, so when you start your computer, the BIOS checks for boot media and is happy to boot from a USB drive. The BIOS on some systems is not very easy to change, but this is possible.

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