----- Original Message -----
From: "Ian Latter" <Ian.Latter(a)mq.edu.au>
To: "Pedro M." <pmacv(a)telefonica.net>
Sent: Sunday, January 04, 2004 10:04 AM
Subject: Re: Re:Booting USB keydrive from BIOS
Ok, then I guess maybe my question should be; You said
PC BIOS supported USB booting, but is your USB key able to
I am not sure about it... I bought this modell (JetFlash usb 2.0 128 Mb--->
Part #: TS128MJF2L
) because I saw : Window, Machintosh, Linux; boot up function--- can make
JetFlash Bootable device
"JetFlash can also be setup to be used as MS-DOS Boot Disk with the software
included in the package"
"JetFlash boot function requires Windows operating system, software
installation and your motherboard need to support USB ZIP, USB-FDD or
USB-HDD (in Windows XP only USB ZIP). Refer to your motherboard manual. Boot
function only allow JetFlash to run MS-DOS programs, however, this does not
make JetFlash as Rescue Disk or put Windows Startup files into JetFlash"
you confident you have a bootable USB key?
Further more, under the BIOS' I have access too with USB boot
capability, they tend to have differing types - such as;
I'm not sure if the syslinux version is going to be USB-FDD or
For Flonix is USB-FDD ( although sometimes , USB-HDD works, but not for me
using Windows XP to prepare the booting files in the keydrive).
P.D. : Has anyone obtained a good booting using Flonix with a keydrive ??.
Can specify the trademark and modell of the keydrive ??.