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!
Yes, a bootable USB disk can boot ok by hitting F6.
But I cannot find my empty USB disk as hard disk while I try to install
Windows or linux on it.
Any setting should be altered ?
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.
You are welcome and we are glad to hear that you found the driver, can you share it with us for future references?