Software Deployment Question

K2000 USB Flash Drive Install

04/09/2015 2957 views
Attempting to created a 64 bit boot usb drive to image a few laptops during out office move. Went step by step thought the process as listed in K2000 but getting "BOOTMGR not found" when attempting to boot from it. Tried NTFS and FAT with the same result. Has anyone experienced this?
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You need to format the USB drive FAT32 or NTFS (4096) allocation

Answered 03/05/2019 by: dhoyett
White Belt

Check the Bios for the secure boot settings and the drive type setting - legacy or UEFI.  also some bios's you can tell it not to allow booting from usb devices
Answered 04/10/2015 by: SMal.tmcc
Red Belt

Got it to work. When using the install.exe from the Boot Environment. It formatted the drive but nothing else. I had to manually copy over the files in the "files folder", which included bootmgr. And everything worked.
Answered 04/10/2015 by: cainx
White Belt

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