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I recently made my USB bootable with Universal USB installer and changed the boot priority settings in bios..but when i restarts my pc my old xp loads.

What can I do to boot the USB stick?

My Pc Config : 1.25GB RAM INTEL 845G MOTHERBOARD P4 2.4GHz 500GB HDD

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have You tried pressing [ F9 / F2 / F1 ] at the time of boot ( very initial stage of booting) .. One of them is supposed to give you a list of available boot drive options.. Like Pendrive , USB , CD/DVD.

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Also try Esc at boot time. Basically, read the onscreen prompt .. – david6 Nov 5 '12 at 7:21
Thnx guys but i used plop boot manager .. – RAHUL MATHUR Nov 13 '12 at 4:30

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