Setting the Boot Drive Sequence

The Boot Drive Sequence section lists boot priorities (1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th) for bootable drives in your computer.

For example, the default value (1st:Floppy Disk, 2nd:Hard Disk, and 3rd: CD-ROM, 4th: Realtek PXE2.0 Boot Agent) tells the computer to first search for a bootable floppy disk in the floppy drive. If it finds one present, it boots up from that floppy disk. If not, the computer continues to search for a bootable CD-ROM in the CD-ROM drive. If it cannot boot up from the CD-ROM drive, it continues by booting up from the hard disk and etc...

To set the boot drive sequence, use the fT] / fT] keys to select a priority level (1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th), then use the ยก2 / 0 keys to select the device for that priority level.

NOTE: When Boot on LAN is set Enabled, then the 4th option: Realtek PXE2.0 Boot Agent shows in the list.

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    What is the "boot drive sequence"?
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