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AHow To Configure Your Device to
Boot from a Configured USB Key
Use the guidelines in this appendix to configure supported devices to boot from a
configured USB key (for most users, simply use "Most Users: Using the One-Time Boot
Menu to Boot from a Configured USB Key").
Caution
It is highly recommended that you use the one-time boot menu (if available
for your device), as it will not modify your default BIOS configurations. Note
that S30, X50c, X90cw, and X90c7 devices do not have a one-time boot
menu option and you must use the BIOS Setup Utility procedure for these
devices as described in "Reference Information: Boot Details for Supported
Devices."
Most Users: Using the One-Time Boot Menu to Boot from a Configured
USB Key
1. Be sure the device is shut down.
2. Attach the configured USB key to the device.
3. Power on the device.
4. During boot, press and hold the P key.
5. Select the USB drive option that is displayed for your BIOS version.
NOTE: Four USB drive options exist (USB, USB HDD, USB HDD0, and USB Key) and
you must select the one that is displayed for your BIOS version. If you are still unsure
of which option to select for your BIOS version, see "Reference Information: Boot
Details for Supported Devices."
6. Press Enter and follow the process prompts.
T50 Users: Using the One-Time Boot Menu to Boot from a Configured
USB Key
1. Be sure the device is shut down.
2. Attach the configured USB key to the device.
3. Press and hold the P key while pressing and holding the Power button to power on the
device.
4. When the Activity light (next to the Power button) blinks, release the Power button.
5. When the one-time boot menu is displayed, release the P key.
6. Select the USB drive option, press Enter, and then follow the process prompts.
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