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When you enter the BIOS, you should see several tabs at the top of the screen including "Boot" and under it several more options including "Boot Device Priority" or something ...
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    When you enter the BIOS, you should see several tabs at the top of the screen including "Boot" and under it several more options including "Boot Device Priority" or something similar. Is this where you are seeing the options you refer to above? This is a fairly new computer so it should be able to boot from a usb/flash drive. Maybe it is a graphics card problem so post that info.

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    Yes that is where I see them, Where should I go to find the graphics information you are looking for, device manager? Sorry, Im kind of a noob :[

    Under display adapters in device manager, I only have:

    Intel(R) Graphics Media Accelerator 3150


    Under monitors, I have:

    Generic PnP Monitor
    Generic PnP Monitor

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    Open a terminal and run the following, copy and paste it from here and post the output:

    lspci -v -s `lspci | awk '/VGA/{print $1}'`

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