Cara Masuk ke BIOS/UEFI Semua Laptop untuk install Windows via USB Flashdisk

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Fungsi DVD Rom lambat laun mulai tersingkirkan oleh flash disk yang dari segi fungsional jauh lebih baik. DVD Rom sedikit demi sedikit mulai mengikuti jejak device terdahulu yaitu Floppy Disk. Yah… untuk kamu anak yang baru lahir kemarin mungkin tidak pernah melihat benda yang satu ini. Singkatnya, fungsinya hampir sama dengan flashdisk dengan space penyimpanan yang sangat kecil dan dimensi yang jauh lebih besar.

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Salah satu contoh flashdisk yang lebih fungsional adalah saat berhadapan dengan laptop yang tidak dibenahi dengan dvdrom drive, sehingga FD menjadi sangat esensial (ya iyalah… kan laptonya gak punya DVDrom). Tidak adanya DVDrom drive, menjadikan kegiatan instalasi driver (yang biasanya dalam DVD) menjadi terhambat. Tapi problem sebenarnya adalah menginstall Operating System misalnya Windows ataupun Linux. Pada kasus demikian, laptop akan sangat bergantung dengan FlashDisk untuk menginstall OS (Operating System). Setelah kamu memasukkan file Operating Systemmu yang mungkin berisi Windows ke FD dengan salah satu aplikasi FD Bootable maka FD kamu telah siap menginstall.

Saat akan melakukan proses instalasi kamu harus masuk ke BIOS/UEFI untuk memilih device yang akan berjalan saat boot. Nah problemnya adalah, tidak semua laptop memiliki tombol yang sama untuk masuk ke BIOS/UEFI. Bahkan ada yang punya tombol tersembunyi. Berikut adalah tabel tombol atau cara masuk ke BIOS/UEFI semua Laptop alias lengkap.

ManufacturerTypeModelsBoot MenuBoot OnceBIOS/UEFI KeyChange Priority
AcerEsc, F12, F9Del, F2
AcernetbookAspire One zg5, zg8F12F2
AcernetbookAspire TimelineF12F2
AcernetbookAspire v3, v5, v7F12The “F12 Boot Menu” must be enabled in BIOS. It is disabled by default.F2
ManufacturerTypeModelsBoot MenuBoot OnceBIOS/UEFI KeyChange Priority
AppleAfter 2006Option
ManufacturerTypeModelsBoot MenuBoot OnceBIOS/UEFI KeyChange Priority
AsusdesktopF8F9
AsuslaptopVivoBook f200ca, f202e, q200e, s200e, s400ca, s500ca, u38n, v500ca, v550ca, v551, x200ca, x202e, x550ca, z202eEscDelete
AsuslaptopN550JV, N750JV, N550LF, Rog g750jh, Rog g750jw, Rog g750jxEscDisable “Fast Boot” and “Secure Boot Control” in order to boot from MBR formatted media.F2
AsuslaptopZenbook Infinity ux301, Infinity ux301la, Prime ux31a, Prime ux32vd, R509C, Taichi 21, Touch u500vz, Transformer Book TX300EscDisable “Fast Boot” and “Secure Boot Control” in order to boot from MBR formatted media.F2
Asusnotebookk25f, k35e, k34u, k35u, k43u, k46cb, k52f, k53e, k55a, k60ij, k70ab, k72f, k73e, k73s, k84l, k93sm, k93sv, k95vb, k501, k601, R503C, x32a, x35u, x54c, x61g, x64c, x64v, x75a, x83v, x83vb, x90, x93sv, x95gl, x101ch, x102ba, x200ca, x202e, x301a, x401a, x401u, x501a, x502c, x750jaF8DEL
AsusnetbookEee PC 1015, 1025cEscF2Boot Tab, Boot Device Priority, 1st Boot Device, Removable Device, F10
ManufacturerTypeModelsBoot MenuBoot OnceBIOS/UEFI KeyChange Priority
CompaqPresarioEsc, F9F10BIOS “Advanced Tab”, Boot Order
ManufacturerTypeModelsBoot MenuBoot OnceBIOS/UEFI KeyChange Priority
DelldesktopDimension, Inspiron, Latitude, OptiplexF12Select “USB Flash Drive”.F2
DelldesktopAlienware Aurora, Inspiron One 20, Inspiron 23 Touch, Inspiron 620, 630, 650, 660s, Inspiron 3000, X51, XPS 8300, XPS 8500, XPS 8700, XPS 18 Touch, XPS 27 TouchF12Select “USB Flash Drive”.F2
DelldesktopInspiron One 2020, 2305, 2320, 2330 All-In-OneF12Select “USB Flash Drive”.F2
DelllaptopInspiron 11 3000 series touch, 14z Ultrabook, 14 7000 series touch, 15z Ultrabook touch, 15 7000 series touch, 17 7000 series touchF12Select “USB Storage Device”F2Settings->General->Boot Sequence->”USB Storage Device”, then up arrow, [Apply]–[Exit]
DelllaptopInspiron 14R non-touch, 15 non-touch, 15R non-touch, 17 non-touch, 17R non-touchF12Select “USB Storage Device”F2Settings->General->Boot Sequence->”USB Storage Device”, then up arrow, [Apply]–[Exit]
DelllaptopLatitude c400, c600, c640, d610, d620, d630, d830, e5520, e6320, e6400, e6410, e6420, e6430, e6500, e6520, 6430u Ultrabook, x300F12Select “USB Storage Device” from boot menu.F2
DelllaptopPrecision m3800, m4400, m4700, m4800, m6500, m6600, m6700, m6800F12Select “USB Storage Device” from boot menu.F2
DelllaptopAlienware 14, Alienware 17, Alienware 18, XPS 11 2-in-1, XPS 12 2-in-1, XPS 13, XPS 14 Ultrabook, XPS 15 Touch,F12Select “USB Storage Device” from boot menu.F2
ManufacturerTypeModelsBoot MenuBoot OnceBIOS/UEFI KeyChange Priority
eMachinesF12Tab, Del
ManufacturerTypeModelsBoot MenuBoot OnceBIOS/UEFI KeyChange Priority
FujitsuF12F2
ManufacturerTypeModelsBoot MenuBoot OnceBIOS/UEFI KeyChange Priority
HPgenericEsc, F9Esc, F10, F1
HPdesktopPavilion Media Center a1477cEscF10BIOS “Advanced” tab, Boot Order, Move “USB Device” before “Hard Drive”
HPdesktopPavilion 23 All In OneEscSelect boot media from the menu.F10UEFI/BIOS “Advanced” tab, Boot Order, Move “USB Device” before “Hard Drive”. For non-UEFI media, disable secure boot and enable legacy support.
HPdesktopPavilion Elite e9000, e9120y, e9150t, e9220y, e9280tEsc, F9F10
HPdesktopPavilion g6 and g7EscF10UEFI/BIOS “Advanced” tab, Boot Order, Move “USB Device” before “Hard Drive”
HPdesktopPavilion HPE PC, h8-1287cEscThen F9 for “Boot Menu”EscF10, Storage tab, Boot Order, Legacy Boot Sources
HPdesktopPavilion PC, p6 2317cEscThen F9 for “Boot Menu”EscF10, Storage tab, Boot Order, Legacy Boot Sources
HPdesktopPavilion PC, p7 1297cbEscThen F9 for “Boot Menu”EscF10, Storage tab, Boot Order, Legacy Boot Sources
HPdesktopTouchSmart 520 PCEscThen F9 for “Boot Menu”EscF10, Storage tab, Boot Order, Legacy Boot Sources
HPlaptop2000EscThen F9 for “Boot Menu”. Select “Patriot Memory” on the Boot Option Menu.EscThen F10, Storage tab, Boot Order, Legacy Boot Sources
HPnotebookPavilion g4EscF10BIOS “Advanced” tab, Boot Order, Move “USB Device” before “Hard Drive”
HPnotebookENVY x2, m4, m4-1015dx, m4-1115dx, sleekbook m6, m6-1105dx, m6-1205dx, m6-k015dx, m6-k025dx, touchsmart m7EscThen F9 for “Boot Menu”EscThen F10, Storage tab, Boot Order, Legacy Boot Sources
HPnotebookEnvy, dv6 and dv7 PC, dv9700, Spectre 14, Spectre 13EscThen F9 for “Boot Menu”EscThen F10, Storage tab, Boot Order, Legacy Boot Sources
HPnotebook2000 – 2a20nr, 2a53ca, 2b16nr, 2b89wm, 2c29wm, 2d29wmEscThen F9 for “Boot Menu”EscThen F10, Storage tab, Boot Order, Legacy Boot Sources
HPnotebookProbook 4520s, 4525s, 4540s, 4545s, 5220m, 5310m, 5330m, 5660b, 5670bEscF10BIOS “Advanced” tab, Boot Order, Move “USB Device” before “Hard Drive”
HPtowerPavilion a410nEscF1BIOS “Boot” tab, Boot Device Priority, Hard Drive Boot Priority, Move “USB-HDD0” up to #1 position.
ManufacturerTypeModelsBoot MenuBoot OnceBIOS/UEFI KeyChange Priority
IntelF10
ManufacturerTypeModelsBoot MenuBoot OnceBIOS/UEFI KeyChange Priority
LenovodesktopF12, F8, F10F1, F2
LenovolaptopF12F1, F2
LenovolaptopThinkPad edge, e431, e531, e545, helix, l440, l540, s431, t440s, t540p, twist, w510, w520, w530, w540, x140, x220, x230, x240, X1 carbonF12F1
LenovolaptopIdeaPad s300, u110, u310 Touch, u410, u510, y500, y510, yoga 11, yoga 13, z500Novo buttonSmall button on the side next to the power button.Novo buttonSmall button on the side next to the power button.
LenovolaptopIdeaPad P500F12 or Fn + F11F2
LenovonetbookIdeaPad S10-3F12F2
Lenovonotebookg460, g470, g475, g480, g485F12F2
ManufacturerTypeModelsBoot MenuBoot OnceBIOS/UEFI KeyChange Priority
NECF5F2
ManufacturerTypeModelsBoot MenuBoot OnceBIOS/UEFI KeyChange Priority
Packard BellF8F1, Del
ManufacturerTypeModelsBoot MenuBoot OnceBIOS/UEFI KeyChange Priority
SamsungF12, Esc
SamsungnetbookNC10EscF2Boot Tab, Select “Boot Device Priority”, Press Return, Up/Down to Highlight, F6/F5 to change priority.
Samsungnotebooknp300e5c, np300e5e, np350v5c, np355v5c, np365e5c, np550p5cEscF2Boot Tab, Select “Boot Device Priority”, Press Return, Up/Down to Highlight, F6/F5 to change priority.
SamsungultrabookSeries 5 Ultra, Series 7 Chronos, Series 9 UltrabookEscNote that you must first disable fast boot in BIOS/UEFI to boot from a USB drive.F2Boot Tab, Select “Boot Device Priority”, Press Return, Up/Down to Highlight, F6/F5 to change priority.
SamsungultrabookAtiv Book 2, 8, 9F2Note that you must first disable fast boot in BIOS/UEFI to boot from a USB drive or use the F2 boot menu.F10Boot Tab, Select “Boot Device Priority”, Press Return, Up/Down to Highlight, F6/F5 to change priority.
ManufacturerTypeModelsBoot MenuBoot OnceBIOS/UEFI KeyChange Priority
Sharp F2
ManufacturerTypeModelsBoot MenuBoot OnceBIOS/UEFI KeyChange Priority
SonyVAIO Duo, Pro, Flip, Tap, Fitassist buttonassist button
SonyVAIO, PCG, VGNF11F1, F2, F3
SonyVGNEsc, F10F2BIOS “BOOT” section, “External Device Boot” enabled
ManufacturerTypeModelsBoot MenuBoot OnceBIOS/UEFI KeyChange Priority
ToshibalaptopKira, Kirabook 13, UltrabookF12F2
ToshibalaptopQosmio g30, g35, g40, g50F12F2
ToshibalaptopQosmio x70, x75, x500, x505, x870, x875, x880F12F2
ToshibaProtege, Satellite, TecraF12F1, Esc
ToshibaEquiumF12F12

Table source: https://craftedflash.com/info/how-boot-computer-from-usb-flash-drive

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