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    Quote Originally Posted by hawkhandler View Post
    Tried with default settings first. Didn't work. I'll get a new stick tomorrow.
    I did some more testing and it seems the USB drive type, size, and the partition table used is a factor.

    Best option that worked every time first try was cheep SamData USB flash drive 8GB USB 2.0 memory stick $9.99 for a pack of three on Amazon. These drives do not have any data encryption/protection and are FAT32 factory default drive format using MSDOS (MBR) partition table, and in new condition worked first time with no issues,.. but the catch is if the drive was used and then reformatted on my Windows PC it would not work, perhaps Windows 10 defaults to GPT partition table when reformatting the USB drive, I'm not sure exactly what the issue is, but I tested several reformatted drives and none of them worked. Only the new drives worked on my board.

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    You can restore your USB flash drive back to factory FAT32 partition table using command prompt :
    Last edited by Braegnok; 02-24-2021 at 04:55 AM.

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