No USB boot

I have an Asus F2A55-M LK motherboard with and AMD A6-6400K APU. I bought the board used and after installing the board there was three major problems with the board. It would only mirror two monitors. This I got fixed. It had no hardware acceleration. This I also got fixed.

But the board won't boot from a USB stick and I haven't been able to find a solution. Surely this board should boot from a USB stick.

If anyone knows a solution to this problem I would appreciate an explanation of that solution. It has the latest BIOS and Chipset that Asus offers for the board. Thanks......
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  1. it could be a many number of possibilities to why you are not able to boot from a USB drive. it would be best to let us know what you have tried so far to get your computer to boot from a USB drive
  2. How did you get USB bootable and with what ?
  3. captaincharisma said:
    it could be a many number of possibilities to why you are not able to boot from a USB drive. it would be best to let us know what you have tried so far to get your computer to boot from a USB drive



    My sincere apology. I forgot I posted this thread and only saw a notification of it when I logged back on to ask another question. If there is still someone to answer this my answer is very little. I searched and searched the web but found nothing to help me with the problem. And since I posted this thread I have bought a F2A55-M LK Plus board and neither will boot from USB. I do some things that is a good bit easier if I can boot from USB. So if anyone has any idea of how to, or if it is even possible, boot from USB I would appreciate the info. Thanks.

    Note: I go to several different computer forums, and even though I have them all set to notify me, I never get any notifications from any of them. Probably the reason that I forgot this thread is that, for some reason, I never get notifications.
  4. You still didn't answer the questions, there's no way anybody can even guess what's happening.
  5. CountMike said:
    You still didn't answer the questions, there's no way anybody can even guess what's happening.
  6. Sorry CountMike, I thought I did. I stated that I had not done much to solve the problem because,I did not know how, and could not find anything on the net to help fix the problem.

    If I have somehow misunderstood what I was asked, Please, explain and I will answer the best I can. Thanks.
  7. 1. Did you choose usb to be the first boot device in the bios.
    2. How did you create this "bootable" usb?
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