Boot from USB drive?

userHead woody007 2016-05-20 07:43:52 8863 Views9 Replies

I just got my Panda and I got it set up and running but I would like to try an alternative OS boot from the USB drive. Is this possible?
2016-06-06 14:00:43 If your usb disk is NTFS format, LP's UEFI can not recognized, you can try FAT32 format or load NTFS EFI ( from FAT32 usb disk first. userHeadPic kenny2061
2016-05-22 16:16:23 I also have the same problem. I noticed that if I create the bootable stick with diskpart from windows, it is recognized as a bootable device when I press F7, but it still doesn't boot from it. Is it something in the UEFI bios that I have to configure? userHeadPic whoobee
2016-05-22 01:50:58 I tried all 3 usb ports with no luck. userHeadPic woody007
2016-05-22 00:18:50
strawberrymaker wrote:Which USB Port did you used?If you tried the USB 2.0 Port try the USB 3.0 Port or vise versa

Thanks. I've tried with all 3usb ports. It must be some sort of configuration problem. Interesting that I am not the only one with this isssue...
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2016-05-22 00:02:59 Which USB Port did you used?If you tried the USB 2.0 Port try the USB 3.0 Port or vise versa userHeadPic strawberrymaker
2016-05-21 23:30:06 Thanks for the info.

I tried the F7 option and got in to the boot select screen but none of usb drives were recognized.
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2016-05-21 19:35:21 F7 is the one. But the device does not see my USB drive as a boot option. It's a Norton Ghost recovery USB stick which I have used many times before to boot from. The BIOS though, does see the USB drive. Any idea? userHeadPic fgaine
2016-05-21 10:30:38 Via the BIOS / boot select. Plug your USB Drive in, start the panda and spam f7 on your keyboard. then you can select your usb drive userHeadPic strawberrymaker
2016-05-21 08:19:50 Bump. userHeadPic woody007