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Problems with boot usb detection

(Topic created: 03-25-2024 07:41 AM)
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jstuller7
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Good day!
I created a bootable USB drive using winusb  with GPT partition and UEFI mode. USB boot enabled, secure boot disabled, and legacy support enabled in BIOS settings. The flash drive was not showing up, I overwrote it with rufus . Even then, my USB drive doesn't show up in the boot menu. The BIOS settings have SATA RAID enabled, but I'm not sure if this is the reason why the USB is not detected.
What can be done in my case?

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HEY JSTULLER7
Turn on secure boot, but double check USB provisions via BIOS, make sure USB provisional settings are not turned on, once you re-enable secure boot and change the boot sequence to boot from USB first, let me know if that helps.

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Samsung_Moderator
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Hello! Thank you for reaching out! Are you having issue with this on a Samsung laptop?

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HEY JSTULLER7
Turn on secure boot, but double check USB provisions via BIOS, make sure USB provisional settings are not turned on, once you re-enable secure boot and change the boot sequence to boot from USB first, let me know if that helps.