To boot your Asus computer from your USB drive or CD-ROM, first, you have to get into the BIOS to create the configuration.
If you want to do Asus boot from USB drive or CD-ROM and if you don’t know how to boot your Asus computer from the USB drive or CD-ROM, then you don’t need to worry, here in this article which is offering by us, we are going to share some ways regarding this and to follow the methods, you will be able to do so.
Asus Boot From USB
So now, let’s take a look below to know more about the methods.
How to Asus Boot From USB Using BIOS
On the Windows 10 operating system, if you want to do boot from a flash drive or CD, then Asus provides you some instructions that we are going to mention below.
“If you don’t know the procedures that help you to enter the BIOS, then below, we are going to mention the complete procedures through which you will be able to enter in the BIOS”.
- At first, you have to enter the BIOS configuration.
- Once you enter into the BIOS configuration, then there you have to be sure to choose [BOOT].
- Then you have to enable [Launch CSM]. (Compatibility Support Module)
- Then you have to Enter [Security] -> and then you have to disable [Secure Boot Control]
- Now, you have to press F10 to save the configuration changes.
- Now, by using the two approaches that we are going to mention below, you will be able to boot the computer from the USB drive/CD-ROM.
Approach 1: At first, you have to Enter BIOS -> Choose [Save & Exit] -> Choose USB drive/CD-ROM from the [Boot Override]
Approach 2: You have to Hold and press [ESC] and then you have to push the power button to activate the system. Now, you can select the boot device from the list.
How to Enter in the BIOS
According to Asus, due to the Fast Startup feature, you cannot just press F2 to get into the BIOS configuration while booting the computer.
To enter the BIOS configuration, you have to simply follow the steps that we are going to mention below.
- At first, you have to hold and press [Shift] after that you have to switch off the computer.
- Then you have to push and hold the F2 button after that you have to simply click on the power button. Do not let go of the F2 button before displaying the BIOS screen.
- Then you will be able to access the BIOS configuration.
Asus Windows 8 Workarounds
You have to go with the Asus Windows 8 workaround if the boot from the USB option is not available from the BIOS that we are going to list below.
- At first, you have to plug in the USB drive
- Then you have to switch on the Zenbook laptop
- Then you have to enter UEFI (BIOS) by pressing the button ESC or F2
- In the ‘Boot’ tab, you have to do the ‘Disable Fastboot’ (*)
- Then you have to press F10 in order to save & quit
- Then you have to press ESC or F2 once again
- In the ‘Boot’ tab: your USB drive ought to be listed – change the order
- Now, you have to press F10 in order to save & quit
- Now, your Zenbook ought to boot from your USB drive
Note: If you want to boot in legacy mode, then you should have to ‘Enable CSM’
If the above method won’t work for you, then you have to go for a more modern firmware version.
Another Super User poster that provided an additional fix to solve the issue for a lot of Asus users:
- At first, you have to power on your computer.
- Then you have to press the F2 button to enter into the BIOS.
- Then you have to press the tab to Boot.
- You have to be sure about the “Secure Boot” is disabled.
- “CSM + UEFI” was selected in the OS Mode Selection.
- Then you have to press F10.
- Now, hold down the F2 button to enter into the BIOS.
- Then Check boot > Boot Priority to determine if the connected USB shows up.
USB Flash Drive Boot References
Below we are going to share a table of the USB Flash Drive Boot References.
So now, let’s take a look below and refer to their site for the other brands:
|Brand||Type||Models||Boot Menu||Boot Once||Change Priority||BIOS / UEFI Key|
|Asus||laptop||VivoBook f200ca, f202e, q200e, s200e, s400ca, s500ca, u38n, v500ca, v550ca, v551, x200ca, x202e, x550ca, z202e||Esc||Delete|
|Asus||laptop||N550JV, N750JV, N550LF, Rog g750jh, Rog g750jw, Rog g750jx||Esc||Disable “Fast Boot” and “Secure Boot Control” in order to boot from MBR formatted media.||F2|
|Asus||laptop||Zenbook Infinity ux301, Infinity ux301la, Prime ux31a, Prime ux32vd, R509C, Taichi 21, Touch u500vz, Transformer Book TX300||Esc||Disable “Fast Boot” and “Secure Boot Control” in order to boot from MBR formatted media.||F2|
|Asus||notebook||k25f, k35e, k34u, k35u, k43u, k46cb, k52f, k53e, k55a, k60ij, k70ab, k72f, k73e, k73s, k84l, k93sm, k93sv, k95vb, k501, k601, R503C, x32a, x35u, x54c, x61g, x64c, x64v, x75a, x83v, x83vb, x90, x93sv, x95gl, x101ch, x102ba, x200ca, x202e, x301a, x401a, x401u, x501a, x502c, x750ja||F8||DEL|
|Asus||netbook||Eee PC 1015, 1025c||Esc||Boot Tab, Boot Device Priority, 1st Boot Device, Removable Device, F10||F2|
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