FIGURE B-16 BIOS Setup Utility: Boot FIGURE B-17 BIOS Setup Utility: Boot … The computer can boot an operating system from a hard drive, floppy drive, CD or DVD optical drive, USB storage device, or a network. The default boot order determines what the computer boots to first. If you're confident that your BIOS setup is missing a boot order option, consider flashing BIOS to the latest version and checking again. Learn more, Finding your Serial Number To solve this problem, you just need to disable the Fast Boot and Secure Boot. The order in which the devices are checked is configurable through the BIOS setup menu. To boot to a DVD, CD-ROM, USB device, there must be bootable files installed or the PC might bypass the device and load what is installed on the local PC. Native Boot allows you to create a virtual hard disk (VHDX), install Windows to it, and then boot it up, either on your PC side-by-side with your existing installation, or on a new device. When your computer restarts, BIOS will attempt to boot from the first device in the order you specified. Please try again shortly. Don't see the SETUP message or can't press the key fast enough?