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How to boot Windows 10 from USB?

Similar to the windows 7 and windows 8 versions you can boot Windows 10 through a USB flash drive or a DVD. In general, the booting process is carried out automatically by the windows itself without any prompt. Windows carries its booting through the hard disk in your system. In this article we’ll learn about how to boot windows 10 from USB.

To boot your system through a USB flash drive you need to enter into the BIOS menu first. BIOS menu is where you can access the different booting options available for you to boot your system. Then we need to operate through the BIOS menu to complete the booting process through a USB flash drive.

Booting Windows 10 through a USB drive

Unlike the windows 8 and 7 versions you cannot enter into the BIOS through the normal BIOS keys. First we’ll learn how to enter into the BIOS menu in windows 10. To enter into the BIOS setup in windows 10 we need to follow some certain simple steps. Go through them below.

Entering BIOS in Windows 10

1)Click on Start menu

2) Go to Settings

3) In settings click on Update and Security option

4) Select Recovery in update and security menu

5) Select Advance Start up in Recovery

6) Click on “Restart now” ; After the system gets to restart, you’ll find 3 options

7) Select the Trouble shoot option

8) You will find Advanced options, Click on Advanced options

9) Select the UEFI Firmware settings from the listed 6 options

10) Then click on Restart

11) You’ll enter the BIOS configuration.

Now as we have entered the BIOS mode, we’ll switch on to the main content of how to boot the Windows 10 using USB flash drive.

How to Boot Windows 10 through a USB flash drive

Here are a few steps on how to boot your windows 10 after entering the BIOS menu. Go through them below.

Booting Windows 10 through USB Flash drive

  1. Click on Advanced mode

    In the BIOS menu, click on the Advanced mode and switch on to it. You can find it at the bottom right center. Switch on to the Advance mode in BIOS menu to boot

  2. Enter security and disable security boot control

    Once you enter into the advance mode you will find a few options on the top namely, Main, Advanced, Boot, Security & Save and Exit. Click on Security and you’ll find enable or disable security boot control. Switch on to disable toggle.Disable the secured boot to boot your system through USB

  3. Go to Boot, Select launch CSM

    After disabling the security boot control, Go to Boot and select launch CSM. You’ll find a couple of options namely, enable/disable. Select enable. Enable the CSM launch to boot your windows through USB

  4. Press F10

    After enabling the CSM press the F10 key to save all your settings at once.

  5. Enter BIOS and press Save and Exit

    Enter the BIOS menu now and press Save and exit. After pressing the save and exit tool, you can select whether you want to boot your system through the USB/DVD. Select the USB flash drive boot option to boot through your USB device. Select USB booting option to boot your device through USB

Also read: How to enter Safe mode through BIOS in Windows 10

How to enter Safe mode through BIOS in Windows 10?

1)Click on Start menu

2) Go to Settings

3) In settings click on Update and Security option

4) Select Recovery in update and security menu

5) Select Advance Start up in Recovery

6) Click on “Restart now” ; After the system gets to restart, you’ll find 3 options

7) Select the Trouble shoot option

8) You will find Advanced options, Click on Advanced options

9) In Advance options go to Start Up settings

10) Click “Restart

11) You’ll find various options, in those click on Enable Safe mode.

Thereby, you will enter into the Windows 10 Safe mode use.

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