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Windows 7: [Help/Request] Bootable USB Experts or DOS Experts

03 Mar 2016   #1
newbietweaker

Windows 10 Enterprise 64bit
 
 
[Help/Request] Bootable USB Experts or DOS Experts

Hi,

Here's my problem:
My UH572 can't detect the 32gb iSSD i100 by Sandisk through BIOS, thus, can't use iSSD as primary boot device or for fresh OS install. No options to tick or enable/disable through BIOS.
Searched google but to no avail.

Through Windows Installation Menu
Drive 0: 500gb hitachi HDD
Drive 1: 32gb iSSD

Through BIOS:
Drive 0: 500gb hitachi HDD

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Weird thing though, iSSD can normally boot if there is a bootable USB (with Windows OS on it) plugged in.
I've tried with easy2usb's "boot to first HDD" option and it works. I've tried with a Win10 OS and rufus bootable usb > clicked repair windows > Continue with Windows 7/8/10 and it works as well.

Temp Fix I did was:
plugged in SD card with easy2usb boot on it.
always had to manually navigate to the "boot to first HDD" option to be able to boot using iSSD. (even if it is not the first HDD. It might mean first bootable HDD )

Request/Help:
Can someone help me create a DOS command that I can use for my bootable SD card. A command that can run automatically without me pressing anything. Not sure if it's possible but I want to use the SD card as a bootable USB device then put the DOS command that will run automatically during start up and boot to the First bootable HDD, just like the option on the easy2usb menu.

Appreciate your inputs!


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04 Mar 2016   #2
newbietweaker

Windows 10 Enterprise 64bit
 
 

closing
Found a way using easyBCD
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