How to set BIOS to boot computer from a Lazesoft recovery USB disk
Note: You can use the Boot Menu Key (usually, it is F2 or F12) to select boot device and you don't need to go into BIOS for setting boot sequence.
The following are the procedures set BIOS to boot from a USB drive:
When you start your computer, check the boot-screen for setup key, in most modern PC it will be DELETE key, so make sure to check it. We list the most common BIOS function keys.
On Phoenix-Award BIOS, press the appropriate key to enter BIOS setup.
Now you will see some similar screen and select boot device configuration menu.
If the first boot device on your system is not set to the USB drive, change it to the USB drive.
On Award Bios, press the correct key to enter BIOS setup:
Now you will see similar screen and select Advanced Bios Features.
Choose the USB Drive as the 'First Boot Device' and press <F10> to save it.
On Ami Bios, you need to press <DEL> key to enter setup.
Choose the 'BOOT' option, then enter 'Hard Disk Drives' menu.
Set the first boot device to the USB drive. Press <F10> to save settings.
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