There are many reasons why you should buy our Bootable USB Flash Drive Solutions:
- Takes too long to download or you have no internet to perform upgrades.
- Looking for an offline tool for operating system recovery.
- If your hard drive is dead or corrupt and needs software after replacing.
Our Debian USB Flash Drive install are created with full installation of the version you need to get back up and running!
CHECK THE VERSION OF DEBIAN LISTED IN THE DETAILS BEFORE ORDERING!
Read the instructions below carefully! We have also listed the most common troubleshooting issues and the fixes for them as well. We are happy to help if you have trouble but the most common support issues we get are from miss steps or not reading the instructions.
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1. Restart your computer and wait for that first screen, The screen it will say something like "Press F12 or F11 to Choose Boot Device" somewhere on the screen. Press that key now. It's easy to miss if you do simply restart the computer and try again.
2. Give it a moment to continue booting, and you should see a menu pop up with a list of choices on it. Highlight your CD or USB drive and press Enter.
If you don't have the boot option then follow the instructions below.
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Alternatively, you can set your computer to always check for a bootable CD or USB drive. That way, when you have one inserted, it'll boot from it automatically, and when you don't, it'll head into your regular operating system. To set this up, follow these instructions:
1. Restart your computer and watch for the first screen that shows up when you boot. You should see something that says "Press DEL to enter setup," or something similar. Press the noted key on your keyboard and wait for setup to start.
You should see a new screen pop up, called your BIOS. This is where you set a lot of low-level settings for your computer. Look through the options (being careful not to change anything) for a setting called "Boot Device," "Boot Order," or something similar. Select that option.
2. From the menu that pops up, choose your computer's disc drive and press Enter. If you're trying to boot from a USB drive, choose USB-HDD instead and press Enter. Depending on your BIOS, you may need to use the Page Up and Page Down keys to move your selection to the top of a list, instead.
3. Exit out of your BIOS, saving your changes. Usually, this option is under "Exit" on the main menu, or available via a keyboard shortcut listed somewhere on your screen.
4.Your computer should reboot. Make sure your CD or USB drive is in your computer. If you're prompted to "Press any key to boot from CD/DVD," do so. Your computer should boot into the CD or USB drive instead of your normal operating system.
From there, you can follow the instructions on-screen to install.