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  • Antoine posted an update 3 years ago

    @bfont Hi Bryan, I’m so desperate, please I need your help!
    I received just today my tbook10 and have already messed it up!
    I wanted to get rid of the android os since I want to use the tablet as a computer to take notes at the university.
    I tryed to use the factory reset option in windows10, but it got stuck at 40%.
    I restarted the tablet and since then I cannot use the windows partition.
    The android OS though works perfectly well…
    I wanted to bot from my usb key that has the windows 10 setup, but I can find absolutely NO WAY to set the boot order in the bios.
    I’m using the otg cable that came with the tablet and a usb hub.
    The only good point is that I did save my drivers as you recommended on a topic (thank you) 🙂

    Please if you want to help, you would be amazing!
    I can give you my mail y you want, send you pictures of the bios if needed, whatever can help you!!

    • Bryan replied 3 years ago

      To boot from your usb, you need to use a USB hub and connect a usb keyboard. From there, you should arrive at the bios. There should be something along the lines of “boot manager” which you should select. This will bring you to the boot options, allowing you to install windows.

      • Bryan replied 3 years ago

        I’m sorry, i missed a couple sentences lol!
        Turn off your tablet and connect all your USB peripherals. From here, boot the tablet normally and press and hold ESC on the keyboard. Now you should be in the bios!

        • Thank you for your replies 🙂
          I already know how to acces the bios, the problem is, once I’m in the bios, I can find no option to choose usb as a primary boot device.
          Usually on a computer, there’s a boot device list, and you can set usb or cd or hdd or whatever to be first, here there is no such option.
          There’s just a line that seems to allow a boot from usb, however it doesn’t seem to work.
          Maybe I have to prepare a special bootable usb? But mine did work on two different pc…
          Thank you for your help Bryan!

        • I you could describe what to do once in the bios to boot from usb 🙂

        • Oh my god!! My other usb was to blame, maybe it wasn’t the good format for the tablet, the new one I prepared useb “windows media creation tool” works !!

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