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booting-backbox-device [2015/11/04 21:37]
b4d_bl0ck [Booting from a BackBox Linux bootable device]
booting-backbox-device [2015/11/04 22:55] (current)
b4d_bl0ck [Selecting a device as boot device]
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 ===== Selecting a device as boot device ===== ===== Selecting a device as boot device =====
  
-Boot the machine with the bootable device inserted, and enter the BIOS configuration screen with the appropriate key combo. This one is usually shown at the bottom of the screen in the early stage of the boot process and varies from machine to machine (common keys to enter the setup may be: one of the function keys (//F1-12//), //DEL////ESC// etc.). Once you are in, you should be able to find a submenu that lets you alter the boot order of the detected devices. Set the BackBox bootable device as first device, and exit saving the changes (usually ​//F10//).+Boot the machine with the bootable device inserted, and enter the BIOS configuration screen with the appropriate key combo. This one is usually shown at the bottom of the screen in the early stage of the boot process and varies from machine to machine (common keys to enter the setup may be: one of the function keys (''​F1''​-''​F12''​), ''​DEL''​''​ESC'' ​etc.). Once you are in, you should be able to find a submenu that lets you alter the boot order of the detected devices. Set the BackBox bootable device as first device, and exit saving the changes (usually ​''​F10''​).
  
 When the machine reboots, it should be able to select the right device and boot BackBox Linux. When the machine reboots, it should be able to select the right device and boot BackBox Linux.