Originally Posted by xquisit
I seriously can't believe it didn't work!!!!!!
There is something up, there has to be!!!
There are two black screens with white text after my ROG logo, and both black screens pass by really quickly.
I don't even know how to check BSOD error messages let alone these black ones. They are too quick for my eye to catch a couple words, if we can view these - maybe we can find out why I can't boot with my thumbdrive. In my BIOS it is recognized, and I'm following your steps... I'm stumped!
It could be my OS, but I would still like to know what that error is after my ROG logo posts.
Thanks, I was hoping it would work - It could be my OS, so I'll try another one and report back!
I'll try this, and report back (sorry for quote order, I locked my keys in my car recently got AAA to come over.. so stressed over SLI not working + not a stable comp + this + audio drivers for my mobo not working on vista 32 bit).
Sorry to hear it's not working for you & it sounds like your having a bad run lately,
& i'm not sure if you have the same option as my mobo's BIOS, but To check BSOD errors, go to the "boot" tab in the BIOS & enable "Wait for F1 if Error"
No offence to everyone else's options as i'm sure they work great to, but again this option works 100% & i suggest you use the "FORMAT FS-NTFS" option.
While your in windows or use another PC to do it:
Plug in a USB = 4GB or bigger
1.Open "Command Prompt" with admin rights.
2.Type DISKPART & hit enter
3.Type LIST DISK & note down the Disk number of your USB flash drive.
4.Type SELECT DISK & put your USB Disk Number at the end example = SELECT DISK 1
6.Type CREATE PARTITION PRIMARY
8.Type FORMAT FS=NTFS
Note: The format process may take some time to complete
& Close "Command Prompt"
& drop/extract ISO contents of the Windows Disc/image to the USB flash drive.
Restart the PC & go to the BIOS & make sure you have "USB" as first boot option in the BIOS's Boot tab under "Boot Device Priority"
or find the F key that give's you a boot option.
Hope you have some luck, as it really shouldn't be giving you this much trouble.