1.    12 Jun 2016 #1

    Can't boot from USB


    I have a Hp pavillion. I made a usb flash boot drive with acronis 2016 I cant boot to it.
    This tutorial says that I must boot from within windows 10. I dont see in this post how to do that I only see it fort 8 is 8 the the same. ?
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  2.    12 Jun 2016 #2
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cloner View Post
    I have a Hp pavillion. I made a usb flash boot drive with acronis 2016 I cant boot to it.
    This tutorial says that I must boot from within windows 10. I dont see in this post how to do that I only see it fort 8 is 8 the the same. ?
    This may work for your HP worth a try, Restart your HP and BEFORE you see your logon screen keep tapping your F9 key, that should display your boot choices menu in HP . This is how I boot to my usb drive on my HP
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  3.    13 Jun 2016 #3
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cloner View Post
    I have a Hp pavillion. I made a usb flash boot drive with acronis 2016 I cant boot to it.
    This tutorial says that I must boot from within windows 10. I dont see in this post how to do that I only see it fort 8 is 8 the the same. ?
    And if Old Mike's solution doesn't work, try turning off the computer, plug in the USB, then immediately start hitting the Esc Key. That should bring up a menu that tells you to hit F9 to get to the boot devices.

    That's what works for my HP desktop and laptop.

    Edit: Oh, yeah, be sure to turn off fast boot before you try to boot with the USB.
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  4.    13 Jun 2016 #4
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wynona View Post
    And if Old Mike's solution doesn't work, try turning off the computer, plug in the USB, then immediately start hitting the Esc Key. That should bring up a menu that tells you to hit F9 to get to the boot devices.

    That's what works for my HP desktop and laptop.
    Next Time try just rebooting Wynona, and taping your F9 key, its a shortcut. If I hit my Esc key, I also get the same menu you do.
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  5.    13 Jun 2016 #5
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    Quote Originally Posted by OldMike65 View Post
    Next Time try just rebooting Wynona, and taping your F9 key, its a shortcut. If I hit my Esc key, I also get the same menu you do.
    Yeah, I kind of figured that, but sometimes things don't work the way we want them to.
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