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I have a dell server Poweredge T110. I have 2 usb sticks:

1: Sandisk Ultra - 32GB - Formatted exFat

2: Sandisk Cruzer Blade 8GB - Formatted NTFS

When I go to boot mananger -> Boot settings -> Set legacy harddisk drive order, the T110 only finds stick #1 and not #2. I have rebooted and switched sticks, a couple of times

Both sticks works fine in windows vista. What do I need to do to make my Poweredge find the Cruzer?

Thanks /

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Most likely you'll need to reformat the Cruzer with exFAT or FAT32 rather than NTFS, which it seems as though the T110's BIOS does not support.

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Hi. This is the tutorial:… Ok, so some bios does not support all file systems? I will follow the tutorial again and see if it is possible to do it with exFat. Thanks – Peter May 6 '13 at 18:46
My guess would be that your BIOS indeed doesn't recognize an NTFS filesystem; I would be interested to hear whether it works with the stick reformatted to exFAT, though. – Aaron Miller May 6 '13 at 19:47
I tried a third Sandisk stick and formatted it in exFat, Fat32 and NTFS. All three was found in bios. So, there is something wrong with Sandisk #2, not the Poweredge. I followed the turorial, and chose NTFS on this third stick. Hyper-v is up and running. Case closed. Thanks for your assistance, Aaron........ – Peter May 8 '13 at 6:20
Glad to be of help! – Aaron Miller May 8 '13 at 15:00

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