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How to configure NAS boot from DVD or USB driver.
Posted by Yvon Lei on 17 March 2017 16:33

How to configure NAS boot from DVD or USB driver.

W2000 W2000+ W4000 W4000+ W5000 W5000+
1. Plug USB driver into NAS back panel (black) USB2.0 port, and USB keyboard.
2. Power up NAS & press F2 into BIOS.
3. Config BIOS boot menu booting from USB driver.
4. Press F10 for SAVE & EXIT.

W2810PRO/W4810
Method A - Boot from USB in once.
1. Plug USB driver into NAS USB port with HDMI and USB keyboard.
2. Power up NAS & press F7 into fast BOOT MENU.
3. Choose from USB driver.
Method B - Change boot device permanently.
1. Plug USB driver into NAS USB port with HDMI and USB keyboard.
2. Power NAS up, press DEL into BIOS->BOOT->Hard Drive BBS Priorities->choose your USB driver at first priority.
3. BOOT-> Boot Option Priorities ->Boot Option #1->choose your USB driver at first priority.
4. F4 save & exit.


W5810
1. Plug DOS bootable USB driver into NAS USB2.0 black color port.
2. Power NAS up, press DEL into BIOS->BOOT->lowset USB KEY DRIVER BBS PRIORITIES->choose your USB driver at first priority.
3. F4 save & exit.
4. Power NAS up and system would boot from USB driver.

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