Is there an option in BIOS to boot from USB disk?

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if i there is no option in bios of a motherboard to "boot from usb". can this option be added by upgrading the bios version? will this option work properly?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #119537

Is there an option in BIOS to boot from USB disk?

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Hi,

Yes you can update your current BIOS version to a new update version.  Boot from USB is not a option for all BIOS version. If you do not have this option then you can update your BIOS version to a new Version. It will give you the option for boot from USB. Follow these steps

  1. First identify your current BIOS version which you have.
  2. Find your computer’s manufacture company name.
  3. Find your motherboard’s model number and serial number.
  4. Then go to your computer’s manufacture company website for update.
  5. Here just read the include documentation
  6. Now follow its process to update BIOS.
Answered By 0 points N/A #119538

Is there an option in BIOS to boot from USB disk?

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Hello Siam999.

It would help if you could post your motherboard brand and model so we can have a look through motherboard manufacturer's support site.

To answer you question, it is possible for options such as "boot from usb" to be one of the functionalities added by a BIOS update.  BIOS updates are released by motherboard manufacturers for several reasons:

  1. To fix bugs in the previous BIOS version.
  2. To add support for new processors that were introduced after the motherboard was released to market.
  3. To add new functions as "boot from usb", overclocking functions, core unlocking functions, and many others.

Again, I am not saying that the functionality that you are looking for will be added for sure in a BIOS update.  I'm just saying that it is a possibility.  So before you try flashing your BIOS, make sure to read the Release Notes for the BIOS to know what bug fixes or new features have been added (if any).

Hope this helps.

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