05-28-2016 04:18 AM
I created a bootable USB stick using my backup program (EaseUS Todo) in both flavors that they allow (WinPE and Linux). In both cases the USB sticks would not boot even after disabling fast boot and enabling USB booting in the BIOS. Then I tried selecting Legacy USB support and still the USB sticks would not boot. (They would not show up in the boot menu). Finally however if I selected the BIOS option "Legacy First", then finally I could boot to either USB stick. However then after removing the USB stick, the computer could not boot to the C drive. I would have to go back into the BIOS and remove the Legacy First setting. Isn't there a way to set up the BIOS so that it boots to the USB stick if it is found and otherwise boots to the C drive? I've gotten this to work on other computers so I was surprised that I couldn't do this on the Yoga 2 ??