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If your USB drive is FAT formated, the maxmimum Size for a single file is limited to 4GB. If you need to copy bigger files you have to format it in NTFS.
CSM or Compatibility Support Module is something that allows booting in legacy BIOS mode on UEFI systems. From Wikipedia: The Compatibility Support Module (CSM) is a component of the UEFI firmware that provides legacy BIOS compatibility by emulating a BIOS environment, allowing legacy operating systems and some option ROMs that do not support UEFI ...
You've either got a defective RAM module, or you're getting a bad connection in the RAM slot. The only sensible way to test would be to install your RAM in another motherboard compatible with that exact module type, or conversely try a known good, identical module ("known good" by way of being pulled from a working computer) in your motherboard.
As it seems your bios may not support USB flash drives. I recommend you to use PLoP: Boot From a USB Drive Even if your BIOS Won’t Let You You’ve always got a trusty bootable USB flash drive with you to solve computer problems, but what if a PC’s BIOS won’t let you boot from USB? We’ll show you how to make a CD or floppy disk that will let you boot ...
Yep! This is possible, I've had the problem before. What you need to do is format the thumb drive to NTFS. Right click on the thumb drive Click "Format" Choose NTFS edit: PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS WILL ERASE ALL DATA ON THE THUMB DRIVE
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