Apparently, Asus calls legacy boot "Compatibility Support Manager" or CSM. Now we need to change the boot priority so that the USB drive is preferred over the internal hard drive. reply Hp boot usb - not working Submitted by Lisa (not verified) on Sat, 10/04/2014 - 09:15 I have moved the usb in the bios to the first option but it If so, the the USB ports are still working... http://teknodroid.net/how-to/how-to-reset-computer-windows-7.html
Are you able to boot from the USB drive on other computers? To start the first method, we insert the USB drive in any available USB slot and the power on the computer. Powered by vBulletin Version 4.2.2 Copyright © 2017 vBulletin Solutions, Inc. Nor is it clear that the "bitlocker start up" can be served from a PXE server. https://craftedflash.com/info/how-boot-computer-from-usb-flash-drive
Thanks for the help. The first method is best when borrowing a friend's computer or using a public computer in a hotel or Internet cafe. foomanOctober 19th, 2011, 04:26 PMhello, have you tried pressing the escape key as the computer boots? ....that may bring up a screen with options for which drive/device to boot from (works My problem is, specifically, which driver is this; does a bootable flash disk require a specific driver to enable it to function?
Hope someone finds the answer quick. PDA View Full Version : [SOLVED] How to get ASUS Eee PC 1015 Netbook to boot to bootable USB stick? Head gasket cracked What to do with a student coming to class in revealing clothing, to the degree that it disrupts the teaching environment? Asus Bios Key This page is really about how to boot from a USB flash drive.
If that does not work, reboot again and press the next listed key immediately after the display becomes active. So here I will show you how to use a USB flash drive to unlock any netbook when you lost or forgot your password. Ubuntu is installing ... https://craftedflash.com/howto-video/how-boot-asus-eee-pc-netbook-usb-flash-drive Alternatively, you could purchase the Admin Key USB Flash drive, which is useful for running hard drive diagnostics as shown in the Admin Key example video.
I tried my bootable pendrive in other computer, and it works just fine. Asus Eee Pc USB Flash Drive Boot Reference List Manufacturer Type Models Boot Menu Boot Once BIOS/UEFI Key Change Priority Acer Esc, F12, F9 Del, F2 Acer netbook Aspire One I would recommend running the BIOS diagnostics on the drive. In this case, there may be something wrong with the flash drive.
I'll try using it on a desktop I have-- that should work right? http://ccm.net/faq/4162-restore-an-asus-netbook-to-factory-settings Now you should be able to log into your netbook without typing a password! How To Reset Netbook Password reply THANKFULL Submitted by MIKE JAME (not verified) on Thu, 02/27/2014 - 21:33 VERY NICE........................... How To Reset Asus Laptop To Factory Settings Without Password However, on the affected systems, a USB 3.0 drive in a USB 3.0 port will definitely not work.
Then boot the notebook and use the ESC key to enter BIOS. http://teknodroid.net/how-to/will-factory-reset-remove-malware.html reply Suggestion Submitted by Asad (not verified) on Sun, 11/09/2014 - 11:24 Check your USB boot policy like UEFI Legacy, chnage it and than try .... There I was just trying to get to the boot menu. This will allow us to boot from the USB drive by simply inserting the flash drive and powering up the netbook. Asus Boot Menu Key
It should go without saying, but once you start this process, you'll lose all existing data on your netbook, so you should back up any important files before going through with The devil is in the details, of course, but most Linux distributions have support for booting from USB. Edit: Oh. check over here Just bought a ASUS Eee PC 1015 Netbook.
The settings list the boot sequence as 1. Asus X205ta The fact that the installed OS is Windows 8 only means that you probably need to disable secure boot for most bootable flash drives to be allowed. More about : restore netbook factory disk drive GI_JONES November 24, 2011 7:06:03 PM I think you need to use the system image recovery option , not system restore m 0
reply Pages12next ›last » Add new comment Your name Subject Comment * More information about text formats Text format Filtered HTMLPlain text Filtered HTMLWeb page addresses and e-mail addresses turn into reply Product Pages have Links to Buy Bootable Flash Drives Submitted by brian on Thu, 10/24/2013 - 20:22 Hi Dexter, You can buy bootable USB flash drives directly from the CraftedFlash I want to install window xp from usb device. Asus Eeebook X205ta Choose the user account that you need to reset password for, then click on "Reset Password" button.
I have read through the link you referenced, and that may give some clue: # restart your netbook and hit ESC immediately. If the flash drive is not listed, then the BIOS is not recognizing it as bootable. Adv Reply October 19th, 2011 #6 Harry.k View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Visit Homepage A Carafe of Ubuntu Join Date Oct 2011 Beans 85 DistroUbuntu 11.10 Oneiric Ocelot http://teknodroid.net/how-to/factory-reset-vista.html But that's a different story, and March is a long way off).
You will lose all files on your machine. As soon as we press enter, the computer begins loading the distro list from the USB drive. They did not know how to get to an actual boot screen which asks you directly what you want to boot to. I'm trying to install a new image from the usb.
If not, then the USB flash drive is probably not be formatted as a bootable drive. And I tried all 3 ports and failed. hello, have you tried pressing the escape key as the computer boots? ....that may bring up a screen with options for which drive/device to boot from (works on my daughters eee, Did you create the USB recovery disk on the Acer v5-573 itself?
As mentioned, I placed "removable device" first, with no result. The OS is Windows 8. Next you need to install this iso image file to your USB flash drive. reply As for changing the bios to Submitted by Angus (not verified) on Thu, 10/02/2014 - 00:00 As for changing the bios to legacy this has also worked for me but