How to Boot Asus F550 Laptop From Bootable USB Drive to Install Windows 7/8/10



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Hi Friends, in this video i will show you how to enable boot option in Asus F550 Laptop to install Windows 7, 8 or 10 from Bootable Usb Drive. This asus 500 series screen touch laptop. When you this laptop there is not any option to boot from USB , DVD ROM or Hard Drive in default bios settings. It is possible to change some settings in bios setup , but many people confuse by changing settings but the boot option is not appearing. Don’t worry guys i am here TrickiKnow is Here to show you what is the tricky point to enable USB Boot on Asus Laptops All models like X550CA, R510JX, X205TA, E502MA, E202SA, A553MA, A555LA, X555LA, X200CA, P450LAV, P453MA, R510JX etc. Thanks for watching my video and SUBSCRIBE my Channel for more videos like this, Have a nice Day 🙂

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37 thoughts on “How to Boot Asus F550 Laptop From Bootable USB Drive to Install Windows 7/8/10

  1. Bhaii mere me nhi ho rha h blank ho ja rha h display me light aa rhi h lekin kuch show nhii ho rha h . Ager ho sake to help kr do bhaii…

  2. Hi. I need help :/
    Does anybody know wich option activate or enable the hdm1 port? I reset de bios configuration and my laptop cant be used in an screen

    Please I really need it asap! Thanks 😢

  3. not gonna lie this video is actually helpful! Ive been using asus laptop too and it looks like the laptop that i used has the same error like u so ive watched most of the videos about how to fix them and none of them helps, then i searched how to fix via asus laptop and i came acrossed u and wow thx so much it works! 😀

  4. I’ve been using Ubuntu and Windows on my Asus laptop for 4 months, and both work fine.
    You’re the man who made this possible, thank you so much!
    I just want to share my own experience on configuration problems, which I came into and which are not covered in the video.
    1. There are 2 modes an operating system can be installed in: BIOS (Legacy) and UEFI. You have to install both your OSes in the same mode! On Windows there is a way to lookup which one it is installed in. When loading Ubuntu from USB, you’re provided with both options; just choose the mode in which you have your Windows installation.
    Note: If you load Ubuntu in the different mode, it’s not going to recognize your Windows installation.
    2. Despite the fact Ubuntu DID recognize Windows, it did NOT suggest me to install itself alongside it. I had to do it manually: allocate a partition on the space shrinked for Ubuntu and tell it to make installation exactly on this partition. And here is one more thing: I couldn’t allocate more than 4 partitions on my drive (neither Windows Disk Manager not Ubuntu installer could do that), so I had to leave my Windows with 3 partitions in order to allocate one more for Ubuntu.
    Hope these helps for someone facing the same issues.

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