Therefore after the install is done i should probably

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securing stored on a USB flash drive and no one would be the wiser. Therefore after the install is done, I should probably come in here and turn this option off and probably this option too because you can do the exact same thing with a CD or DVD drive. Assuming you have a storage device like a USB drive also connected so you could load the operating system from the optical drive and copy the image of the internal hard disk drive over to some type of flash storage device. So I'll leave this set the way it is now once I'm done I'll go turn these two options off so we'll only boot off of the internal hard disk drive. So at this point I would come down and exitand then start the upgrade process. Summary 8:31-8:37
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That's it for this demonstration, in this demo, we talked about how to access the BIOS or UEFI firmware configuration interface on the system and changed the boot order. Using Advanced Boot Options 0:00-0:16 In this demonstration, we're going to talk about using Advanced Boot Menu options to troubleshoot a problematic Windows system. If you're experiencing boot problems with your Windows system, then you can use some of the features on the Advanced Boot Menu to try and fix the problem. Startup Setting Menu 0:17-1:26 Now, understand that on older versions of Windows, Windows 7 and earlier, you accessed the Advanced Boot Menu by pressing the F8 key right after the BIOS screen was displayed, but before the loading Windows screen was displayed. That's no longer the case on Windows 8 and Windows 10. On these operating systems, you need to come down to your Settings app, and then go to Update and Security, and then go to Recovery, and then under Advanced Startup, you need to use the Restart Now button. As noted here, this will change your Windows startup settings. Let's click on Restart Now.And then in the Choose an Option window, click on Troubleshoot, and then click on Advanced Options, and when you do you'll see an option over here called Startup Settings. Now, you'll probably notice that this screen looks very similar to the screen that you see if you were to boot this system off of the Windows 10 installation DVD, and it is, with the exception that if you were to use that option and click on Repair this computer, you would not see the Startup Settings option that we see here. The only time you can access this is if you reboot the system using the Settings app as we just did. So I'm going to click on Startup Settings. Startup Setting Menu Options 1:27-10:11 When I do, it tells me that it's going to reboot Windows and will enable the various options listed here, and we'll talk about what each of these does in just a second, let's click on Restart. When we do, we see various startup settings that we can apply to customize how the Windows system is going to boot to provide us with troubleshooting options. Probably the most useful of these options is number four, Enable Safe Mode. Safe Mode is a lifesaver. Safe Mode essentially boots the system into a minimal state, it only loads the drivers that are absolutely necessary to just barely get the system up and running.
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