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    Nice to see you got it working now!

    What was the issue, was it formatted NTFS instead of FAT type?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    Nice to see you got it working now!

    What was the issue, was it formatted NTFS instead of FAT type?
    hello!!
    I formatted with "NTFS" method. now works!!

    The first time was in FAT 32 and key not working.

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    NTFS is what should NOT work, it must be FAT12 FAT16 or FAT32.

    If you have it working in NTFS, that may be bootable of course, but it will not work for Qflash anymore. But I guess you did want bootable, not Qflash, so no big deal.

    Just remember, if you want to Qflash with it again it will need to be one of the FAT types mentioned above.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    NTFS is what should NOT work, it must be FAT12 FAT16 or FAT32.

    If you have it working in NTFS, that may be bootable of course, but it will not work for Qflash anymore. But I guess you did want bootable, not Qflash, so no big deal.

    Just remember, if you want to Qflash with it again it will need to be one of the FAT types mentioned above.

    For example: yesterday I installed Acronis True Image.
    Acronis allows you to create a bootable recovery key (USB) only in FAT mode.
    I followed the procedure and the key not working.
    I also used the UNetbootin program with Macrium Reflect. (backup program)
    I followed the procedure and the key not working.

    my mobo does not install programs with the FAT bootable.

    Q-Flash works in FAT mode (no problems) I updated the bios for the new 6-core AMD CPU


    current situation:

    _ O.S installed in NTFS mode-------------------> (bootable)
    _ O.S bootable FAT mode ---------------------->(not bootable)
    _ FAT mode programs are not bootable-------> (not bootable)
    Last edited by fantastikalobios; 03-22-2010 at 11:12 PM.

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    Hmm, that is very odd. Could just be some incompatibility with your particular USB Stick?

    Does the bootable USB method I post here boot for you in FAT32?
    http://forums.tweaktown.com/f69/bios...h-guide-27576/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    Hmm, that is very odd. Could just be some incompatibility with your particular USB Stick?

    Does the bootable USB method I post here boot for you in FAT32?
    http://forums.tweaktown.com/f69/bios...h-guide-27576/

    yes
    I format the key in MS-DOS.
    I can launch the program "memtest", for example, the key formatted is with HP USB Disk Storage Format Tool.

    but does not work with programs bootable ( Acronis, macrium e O.S)

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    Ahh, ok.

    Sorry, not sure why that would be? Acronis should make it's own bootable media anyway though and you should not need DOS. Of course that would be a CD though

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    Ahh, ok.

    Sorry, not sure why that would be? Acronis should make it's own bootable media anyway though and you should not need DOS. Of course that would be a CD though

    i can restore the system by pressing the F-11, pressed into starting of the system. (With Acronis).
    I can format mode NTFS. (Installing the operating system with USB key)
    I solved the problems.
    I'm satisfied.

    Thank you.

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    Ok, glad to hear you have everything working now!

    Post back anytime if you have any other issues or questions

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    Ok, glad to hear you have everything working now!

    Post back anytime if you have any other issues or questions

    greetings from Florence (Tuscany) (Italy)

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