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Hello, How to change the bios boot sequence order. If suppose i have more than one external drive connecting with my system. If i want to boot from external drive ...
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    Changing BIOS boot sequence order


    Hello,
    How to change the bios boot sequence order. If suppose i have more than one external drive connecting with my system. If i want to boot from external drive automatically after rebooting from my native os(Fedora) without selecting manually from boot menu. how to make it boot.
    Is there anyway to change bios boot order automatically.

    Advance Help would be appriciated
    cheers,
    Siva

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    Well its diffrent with every BIOS.
    Nobdy can help you untill you can tell us what BIOS you have.

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    Am using phoenix BIOS... How i ll change Boot sequence if i have plugged more than one external driver. i want to boot from one of this external drive which have OS.

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    If it has Support that that you should be able to go to Chipsets in the BIOS and set bootSeqence to USB then.

    But Ive never had a PhoenixBIOS.
    So I cant really help you
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    There should be an option in your BIOS like
    1st boot device
    2nd boot device
    or something similar. From there you can choose the order of the devices.
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