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Old 01-31-2011, 04:45 AM
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Default My HP NC4010 laptop USB Boot fails with windows XP















Q: Can this Notebook boot from a USB to bypass the NTLDR problem on the hard drive?

Black screen with NTLDR error is all I get.

Going into BIOS to change boot sequence has no way to make the hard drive Second. Its stuck at First. How do I change it?

A" Yes, it's possible to boot from USB (I have an nc4010 and have done this many times). To boot to a USB device, do the following (assuming a bootable USB device):

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