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Hi guys, I'm trying to set up a Free NAS server from an old IBM Thinkcentre and I'm having trouble getting the bios to boot from USB.
My primary boot order has1: CDROM2: HDD03: Network Boot4: FDD05: (Empty)6: (Empty)And below is a menu that looks like this: Devices Excluded from Boot Order USB HDDUSB FDDETC. No matter what I do I can't get USB HDD to reside in the primary boot order.
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Every manufacturer has its own way of getting into the BIOS.
Most manufacturers, and Lenovo is one of them, will have several different ways to enter the BIOS, depending on the model of the computer and the model of BIOS being employed.
It’s a set of code that resides on a chip on yours system’s motherboard. Once in BIOS setup, search for “BIOS Revision” and value against it would be your BIOS version. If you have downloaded “BIOS Update Bootable CD iso” then select FAT32 in the drop down menu under File system and select ISO Image next to “Create a bootable disk using”. If F12 doesn’t’ works, it may be different for your model, you’ll have to check the way to boot from USB from Lenovo’s website.
I've tried highlighting it and pressing , ^, 1, etc.
I've looked at the BIOS help and it doesn't offer much to remedy this problem.
Lenovo Think Centre M55 8808-CTO (M Series) drivers are tiny programs that enable your Desktop hardware to communicate with your operating system software.
Maintaining updated Lenovo Think Centre M55 8808-CTO software prevents crashes and maximizes hardware and system performance.