Page of 84 Go. If you have any other idea that can help i would really appreciate it. Somz January 9, at 4: I was almost giving up of finding a decent solution. The nearest one is in my opinion using Plop Boot Manager. Got it, continue to print. You need to set first boot device as hard drive, and all the other steps above.
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My motherboard was not exactly same as yours but it worked. Worst part was, no one ever documented it.
Danny Beedle March 30, at Jamie August 2, at 3: Thank you a lot! DMerces February 3, at If you have any solution for this, please email me at b. Pawel January 6, at Email Required, but never shown.
FA May 20, at 7: Instead, hit F12 after power gigabye to enter the boot menu. If you found this helpful, please share.
David Dow July 12, at 8: BrunoForas January 4, at 3: Mike September 18, at 3: Refer to the following information for diagnosing your LAN cable:. Interestingly, this seems to be an ever growing issue for many different motherboards from different vendors. Dunk January 18, at You need to set first boot device as hard drive, and all the other ga-p31-esg above. Enables or disables the integrated USB 2.
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Spencer July 12, at 1: Thank you very much for giving back my hope! Open and the Length fields show 0m, as shown in the figure above. Sign up using Facebook. What part of “StackOverflow is for programming questions” are you having problems with? Somz January 9, at 4: And if you do not want to alter your disk with Plop Boot Manager, you may instead put it on a floppy disk yes, I still have that or a cd, boot from them, and then use Plop to boot your USB stick.
This was not working for me, indeed I tried first with vigabyte DVD, re-burn a second one, was not working So I have tried with USB I currently trying to understand if my motherboard supports booting from USB flash drive or not