Why can't I start the OS installation from the flash drive?


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Put the laptop on two systems, Ubuntu and Windows. Recently needed to reinstall Windows. Got into BIOS, set to ship with flash, but the OS installer does not start.
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The flash drive is not bootable, or the BIOS didn't choose it.
Check both.
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When you POST, simply press the device selector button to download.
Often it's either f10 or f12.
Itself faced with this problem, ignores the flash drive with Windows if your computer is linuxoid.
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Why do people go to BIOS settings, change them, then change back again? You can also press F11 (or another button in the Boot Menu) and choose USB flash drive. But after rebooting again will boot the first hard, as it should be.
But the question is what can I say? Or Windows non-bootable or non-bootable USB flash drive (recorded incorrectly as if)...And even if you are sure about, that anything can happen, perepesi try again.
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If the image is bootable and the flash drive was written as bootable, it may be that there is no boot sector. I usually make it in To - there is such a thing: the recording mode HDD+
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