Windows 10: USB drive Solved

  1.    12 Feb 2016 #1

    USB drive


    I want to launch Windows 10 with my USB drive inserted.
    Win10 is on hard drive. USB (32 gig)drive is files I need and backup

    My computer won't boot with the USB inserted.
    Is there a way around this?


    Thanks
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  2.    12 Feb 2016 #2

    check the boot options in your Bios. Make sure that your system is set to only boot from your internal hard drive.
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  3.    12 Feb 2016 #3

    Thanks, I will try that.
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  4.    12 Feb 2016 #4

    Snakeyes said: View Post
    check the boot options in your Bios. Make sure that your system is set to only boot from your internal hard drive.
    Thank you, that worked !
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  5.    12 Feb 2016 #5

    Cool
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