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Message 7 of One thing I did do is I have an external multi card reader and I hooked it up and went into the bios and it’s there. It doesn’t show up until windows is loaded. Message 2 of Hard Drive Spindle Speed.
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I’m gonna do the same thing with an sd card. The bios has to recognize it in order to boot from it. This topic has been locked due to inactivity for a long period of time. The cf card works great.
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Se, it’s an internal reader.
Go into the bios and see if the reader shows up in your boot order. Message 8 of Video Output Graphics Processor.
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If you had an external usb reader, that would probably show up and you could use it to boot from. I installed ubuntu on the sd card and tried to see it in the bios. Message 3 of In the bios I don’t see the reader. So se another reason. As long as the bios recognizes it and lists it in the boot order.
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I’m sure it’ll work. This reimagined MacBook Air fixes almost all previous design issues, but not without adding If you have a question, please create a new topic by clicking here. Not all card readers can be recognized as a bootable device?
The external card reader shows up as a usb hard drive and with linux on the cf card it boots. Well, I mistook the external card reader for the usb hard drive in the bios.