Change Boot Sequence Dell Optiplex 740

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       #11

    Congratulations and good luck.
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       #12

    Thanks.
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       #13

    Ten Pink said:
    I have a Dell Optiplex 780.

    It's this:



    I've found that most of my USB 3.0 disks won't work. If you have problems, try booting with a USB 2.0 disk. That always works for me.
    Right, it's because the BIOS contains support for the onboard USB 2 while USB 3 usually doesn't get it until the Operating System loads drivers for it. Some newer machines with the combination USB2/USB3 ports may be different.
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       #14

    gibbsy09 said:
    Hi lol just figured it out its the fn key function, gota love YouTube, and answering your own problems.
    Good to hear you've managed to get in.
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       #15

    Ten Pink said:
    Good to hear you've managed to get in.
    Little update got windows clean installation installed and running fine, good little upgrade to an SSD for an old machine, copes with a little more, and definitely a little faster, thanks to everyone for the help.
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    Win 10 Home 10.0.19045.1806 (x64) [22H2]
       #16

    gibbsy09 said:
    Little update got windows clean installation installed and running fine, good little upgrade to an SSD for an old machine, copes with a little more, and definitely a little faster, thanks to everyone for the help.
    Gratz
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