Started by sbh, November 15, 2013, 20:26:32 PM
Quote from: sbh on November 17, 2013, 00:30:21 AMI tried it, it was the shift
QuoteSpecial additional keys for USB boot:Press SHIFT-u to force USB 1.1Press CTRL-u to wait for a key press before starting the operating system. When a drive was found, then you can press "s" to skip the device or you can boot from the drive.Press ALT-u to wait for a key press before detecting the usb device type. When a device was found, then you can press "s" to skip the device or you can boot from the device when it's as mass storage device.Difference CTRL-u and ALT-u:When you use CTRL-u and the boot manager finds an usb device, then the boot manager identifies it. Because of the stripped down usb implementation, it's possible that the boot manager sometimes hangs on some computers. With ALT-u, the identification of the usb drives happens when you press enter. When you press "s", then the boot manager skips the device and it should not hang.