If it's the same BIOS as the Samsung Series 3, then yes but it's tricky to find the option in the BIOS.
Google picked up this link when I was looking.. ockwebs.com regarding the aptio bios and that kind of laptop!
ockwebs.com webpage about the aptio bios and samsung series 5
This helped for the 3 as well, so it will probably be good for the series 9.
Recently I bought a Samsung NP550P7C laptop. Today after all wait I decided to reinstall Windows on it. So I copied all the files on to my USB stick and tried to boot into the installation. When I went into BIOS I couldn’t find the USB stick in the boot list. After learning that the BIOS is Aptio I did some Google searches but found nothing.
Solution was simple:
From ‘Advanced’ section disable ‘Fast BIOS Mode’
Go to BIOS options by pressing F2 while on boot. From ‘Advanced’ section disable ‘Fast BIOS Mode’ and select ‘Save Changes and Reset’ from exit. After reset go back into BIOS and select the USB stick from boot override.
Another poster writes regarding his Series 3.. very similarly.
Tod on 2012-12-10 at 18:46 said:
Aptio bios has hardly any options and doesn’t show much. A very poor BIOS generally.
I have a samsung NP350
I couldn’t see any option to boot from USB. I updated the BIOS. still nope. I disabled fast BIOS saved restarted, but no new USB option appears under “boot override” or anywhere – it seemed.
A normal/decent BIOS e.g. even on a cheap Dell, besides showing far more in the BIOS, often has an option where a function key offers a boot menu.
But I tried all the function keys and the only one is F2 to go into the BIOS.
In the end, I saw that Indeed one had to set advanced.. fast bios mode..to disabled, and restart. But then my USB stick was under
Boot….Boot device priority…..
then it said
CD/DVD drive BBS priorities
Hard drive BBS priorities
Choose Hard drive priorities
Then I saw my USB key listed.
So, it was within 3 layers!
So, both had to disable fast bios, then restart, and a new option appeared. as to what and where.
one poster said it was through 3 layers with titles including the term "BBS priorities". the original poster said that the option is called "boot override".
Another user says this of the series 5 aptio bios.
secure boot method option where I could switch from UEFI to CMS (whatever this CMS means). That did the trick on my NP550P5C and the USB boot option came alive.