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Was the image made from a D drive?When I was installing xp64, with xp32 already on it, xp64 changed the bootorder too once it was installed, also in BIOS. Strange but true My c was my d and vice versa.But by setting boot from other device,to no, now it functions normallly, or does it keep on happening?
Is that ram set to vendor settings or did you tweak that?I've never seen 5-5-5-12, only 4-4-4-12, 4-4-4-15 and 5-5-5-15 Nevermind found it already?try 5-5-5-15 and see what it does thenI'll be back
Or flash BIOS, cause you said it already did it from the start, might be flacky BIOS
Edit:try disabling USB legacy support in BIOS, I think that's it ( I hope )
If I plug in my card reader, and then go directly into the bios, and set the card reader to boot last, the settings will stick, as long as I keep the card reader plugged in. As soon as I disconnect it, and plug it back in, the card reader goes to the top of the list in the boot order. Once again I have to go in the bios and change the boot order. Same holds true with my USB thumb drive. The bios update did not change this behavior.
Are both your usb controllers on in bios, USB and USB2.0?Especially USB 2.0 cause that one isnt in manual, but it is there in the BIOS
Just adjust your boot priority properly.Connect all kind of devices which you got then adjust HDD boot priority too by your choice.
Ok sorry for the misunderstanding, but I'm only trying to help You can change your boot setting in your bios, second menu from top, enter, then choose boot order, enter, set in order you want with enter en cursorkeys, save with F10
By the way, this worked perfect. I just assumed that the bios would put any new plugged in items at the end of the boot order. That's how my other PC works. So, I just plugged in my card reader, and thumb drive, and then set them at the end of the boot order. The boot order stays that way even if I disconnect the reader, and plug it in later. Thanks!