On 4/3/2017 6:02 AM, Jonas Voll wrote:
You do not need
to change your boot opchens in Bios, most pc’s have a key to
select your boot device!
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Hi. Well, pity there’s
no accessible way to change the bios boot settings, for
loading like a 4 gb usb flash drive. Have a Toshiba
satellite pro c-50-a.
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You still cant see that menu... It is not accesible...