Formatting The Rest Of Your Disc After Restart?

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  1. gijoetech1's Avatar
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       #11

    if its a rewritable and you don't close the dvd it will reformat and start all over again by reformatting you need a software that will create new sessions on the dvd or multiple sessions
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  2. AndreyT's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro
       #12

    RolandJS said:
    For desktops, I recommend having BIOS order: usb flash drives, usb HDs, CD-DVD external, CD-DVD internal, internal HD C. Same order for laptops, except, one normally cannot have a nonSystem usb flash drive in any usb port during boot process. Makes for longer boot, however, at least I can intercept C-boot/startup if I need to troubleshoot "before Windows."
    This is probably the worst idea ever, which for many people will lead to inadvertent boots from USB flash drives or CD/DVD discs accidentally left in the drive. Hello malicios software!

    No, absolutely not. Boot order: internal HDD only, everything else disabled.

    If you will ever need to boot from somethin else, you will always be able to either use boot override option at boot up or make quick adjustments in BIOS.
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    AndreyT said:
    This is probably the worst idea ever, which for many people will lead to inadvertent boots from USB flash drives or CD/DVD discs accidentally left in the drive. Hello malicios software!...
    I think much more viri and malware are introduced by folks in the chair by clicking on links while browsing and/or viewing email than ever introduced by usb stick, CD-DVD, external media. However, I will amend my earlier post: my boot order should have been aimed only at fellow geeks who are comfortable with tweaking computer boots/Windows startup; everyone else is better served with whatever boot/startup rolled off the factory floor.
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