I want my motherboard SP1200SP boot from usb disk.
So I had change the BIOS-
--> USB configuration
--> Mass storage device
6000 : from auto to "Harddisk"
Then I can see my USB disk in the list of Boot maintenance Manager.
But Strangely, it still cannot boot from usbdisk.
Is there anything I had made wrong setting?
btw, what is the meaning of "6000" ?
Thanks you all!
According to the information you provided you want to install the OS to a USB drive?
You do not need to change any configuration in the Intel board, some OS installation does not allow to install in a removable disk, but if you want more information about it we recommend you to open a case with Windows or the corresponding OS.
In the beginning, after I plug my usb disk into another usb port,
my software installer finally can see it as a harddisk.
Unfortunately, It occurs usb disk I/O error while installing process is going.
I lose my usb disk again.
Now I doubt this is reverent to chipset of usb disk ?
Is there any compatitable list of the chipset of usb disk for this MB ?
This is reverent completely to the USB, almost all the new OS requires more stability and more capacity, the installation detects that is trying to install to a USB disk and avoids the installation, there should be a way to perform it but you need to consult it directly with them in order to have more accurate information.