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USB pendrive not recognised on S2 N5000

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Post time 2019-01-20 23:22:25 | Show all posts |Read mode
Hi,
did anybody experience issues on recognising a working USB bootable pendrive on S2 N5000? I am trying to boot from my USB pendrive, and no USB port is able to detect it during boot: any suggestion?
I've tested this pendrive on several PCs, and every PC boots...
Thanks!
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Post time 2019-01-20 23:41:23 | Show all posts
I had a similar problem the USB ports are very tight make sure it is pushed well home.
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 Author| Post time 2019-01-21 05:14:02 | Show all posts
cryo replied at 2019-01-20 23:41
I had a similar problem the USB ports are very tight make sure it is pushed well home.

I pushed it till the end, in fact Windows recognizes it perfectly if I boot from S2... can it be a BIOS issue?
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Post time 2019-01-29 12:04:40 From the mobile phone | Show all posts
My Beelink BIOS setting were defaulted to not enabling USB. Enter BIOS and check your boot setting.
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Post time 2019-03-09 12:59:31 | Show all posts
I am also having this problem. The USB drive is recognized in Windows and is shown in the F7 boot menu but when I select that option nothing happens. The highlight on the menu item disappears and reappears in a fraction of a second but it does not boot. If I select the SSD it starts booting Windows immediately. I have also tried disabling secure boot settings and this did not change how it acted. I've tried 3 USB drives that boot on other computers. Can anyone provide a solution to boot from USB?
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Post time 2019-04-01 05:39:47 | Show all posts
It seems like a very new version/ISO of Linux is needed. All my 2017 and older bootable USBs with Linux on them don't boot on the S2, but I was able to boot the 18.12 Mint and 18.10 Ubuntu that I just downloaded. I suspect anything from before Summer 2018 will not boot on this machine.
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