I’ve been browsing around here for a while, but can’t seem to find the right answer for my question, so here we go!
I am really curious to know if the EVE V can boot from USB? Like Linux or other lightweight systems.
As far as I can tell, there is a BIOS on this machine, but nobody have pointed out how to get in there? F1 or Delete? And does F8 bring you to the boot menu?
F7 is not working for me, I can’t seem to boot from a usb stick. I can get in the BIOS with either ESC or DEL, I’ve tried setting the disk support to both Legacy and UEFI, I put USB Device first in the order but it always boot on the SSD, not on the USB stick.
I have exactly the same experience - not possible to bring up the boot menu and only ESC takes me to BIOS. The only way I can see to boot from a USB device is to go into BIOS and put that first in the list.
No, secure boot is a different feature in the UEFI that you can disable. The point is to prevent your computer from booting to operating systems that it’s not supposed to, but should be disabled when trying to install other operating systems.
Do you have a non-English keyboard by chance? Or are you trying this via BT? If you have a regular USB keyboard lying around you can try that and it should work fine.
I can’t switch off my V right now to find the location, but I do know it’s in there. You may have to do some digging, but it should be under something like “advanced configuration” or “boot options” or something along those lines.
Anyone been able to switch secure boot off?
My V’s windows installation has died and I’m trying to reinstall, but would like to try and recover the Calibration File but am unable to boot to a USB recovery tool…