Flash drives and external hard universal serial bus function as CDs and DVDs. They are also easy to use-but not all motherboards support USB device bootable. Modern computers can boot from hard drives, disk drives, network drives and USB drives, PCs but created before the development of USB drives do not support booting from USB. To see if your computer can be loaded from a bootable USB drive, check the settings in the entry / exit system to base to see what boot devices on the PC supports. Instructions

1. Search for your computer model to determine which control key to use to access the BIOS Setup Utility.

2. Restart or turn on the PC. Press the appropriate keyboard command to go into the BIOS.
3. Use the arrow keys to go to the “Boot”, then “Advanced Boot Options” or “Advanced BIOS Features” menu. Press “Enter.”
4. Go to the “First Boot Device” “priority boot device” or. Press “Enter.”
5. Press up and down to scroll the list of boot devices like powered USB hub. If the USB stick is provided as an available option, the computer can boot from the USB device.