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Author Topic: Need help? How to boot my system using USB on HP Data Vault?  (Read 299 times)

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krishna88

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Hello to everyone,

I'm trying to boot my system using USB on HP Data Vault?. I'm trying to install ubuntu but it's not working.

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Re: Need help? How to boot my system using USB on HP Data Vault?
« Reply #1 on: 07. November 2017., 13:35:27 »
First thing would be to check if you can select boot device on BIOS/UEFI and check wheter Safe Boot is enabled

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Re: Need help? How to boot my system using USB on HP Data Vault?
« Reply #2 on: 07. November 2017., 19:00:30 »
In BIOS, disable protection and enable the old legacy mode. On YouTube many videos on this topic.

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Re: Need help? How to boot my system using USB on HP Data Vault?
« Reply #3 on: 08. November 2017., 11:13:21 »
Your suggestions were helpful to me thanks @jheysen and @kubik67.

Cheers!!
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