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Many Toshiba PCs can boot (start Windows, or another operating system) from devices other than the built-in hard disk (HDD) or built-in diskette drive (FDD). These devices include USB diskette drives, CD-ROM discs, a local area network (LAN), and PC Card (PCMCIA) hard disk drives.
Toshiba PCs that offer alternate boot devices allow you to specify which device to boot from (the 'boot priority') by three methods:
TOSHIBA splash screen is displayed when you first turn on your
computer, a boot menu prompt may be displayed for a few seconds near the
bottom of the screen, indicating that a key (F2 or F12, for example)
can be pressed to display a menu of boot options. The time allowed for
detecting the keypress is very brief, so you'll need to be both prepared
On some models this prompt reads Press F12 for boot menu. On others, it may say Press C to boot from CD-ROM. On still others, there may be a row of colored icons representing the various boot devices (HDD, FDD, CD, LAN, PCMCIA, etc.) Press F12 while these icons are displayed, and then use the arrow keys to move the cursor from one to another. As new models are released, the wording of these prompts may change.
On models that offer a text boot device menu, simply press the key corresponding to the desired boot device from the list of available devices.
The selection of a boot device
from any of these boot device menus affects only the current startup
operation; the next time the computer is started it will follow the boot
priority setting established in BIOS Setup (see the BIOS Setup method,
|Hotkey||Boots from device|
|N||internal LAN adapter4|
The computer will boot from the selected device if it finds a bootable operating system, otherwise it will search for a bootable device, following the boot priority set in BIOS Setup.
The selection of a boot device from Boot Device Hotkeys affects only the current startup operation; the next time the computer is started it will follow the boot priority setting established in BIOS Setup (see the BIOS Setup method, above).