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Booter sur USB

Posted: Sat Dec 29, 2012 18:28
by gesor
Bonsoir, :D

Je suis à la recharche de la fonction de boot dans le bios?
J'ai un Scaléo Pi 2662-7003
Pour accéder au boot j'appuie sur la touche "suppr" (del)
accède au bios, mais je n'ai pas d'onglet "boot"?, j'arrive directement à cette page:


Y-a-l un moyen de mettre la clé USB en 1er?

Re: Booter sur USB

Posted: Fri Jan 04, 2013 17:07
by me@work
Sorry, I don't know French. I hope you understand what I try to write in English.

Which BIOS version are you using? My Pi2662's BIOS screen looks similar, but not identical.

You'll probably find what you're looking for in "Advanced BIOS Features". There, you should be able to set 1st, 2nd, etc boot device.

If you only want to boot from USB once, you might want to press key F12 instead of Del, because this will pop up a boot device selection menu after the hardware initialisation.

Re: Booter sur USB

Posted: Sun Jan 13, 2013 8:33
by gesor
Thank you for your participation, but it turns out that I can not boot from a USB .Salutations. :D

Re: Booter sur USB

Posted: Mon Jan 14, 2013 18:11
by me@work

I don't kow how many different versions of Pi2662 Fujitsu-Siemens did invent. Mine works on a G31T-M2 mainboard, BIOS 3.04, CMOS setup utility is v2.59 (older than your v2.61), and it certainly can boot from a USB key. I just tested this with a SANdisk Cruzer Blade, which appeared in the F12 boot menue as mentioned, and successfully booted a recovery Linux on the Pi2662.

Sorry if I misinterpreted your response, and you meant that you (personally) and not the Pi2662 were unable to boot from USB :lol: