Compact Flash BOOTABLE Tags: Compact Flash Kingston Storage Last response: February 27, 2006 5:18 AM in Storage Share leblond23 February 21, 2006 6:39:52 PM I want to replace my hardisk for booting from a Compact Flash card (Kingston 4Gb) with a IDE/CompactFlash adapter. Is there possible...? More about : compact flash bootable Crashman February 27, 2006 5:18:49 AM yes, so long as your BIOS supports booting from a USB device. You need to "sys" your flash card to boot from it. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedCompact Flash Card Cannot Be Used!!!! Forum SolvedCompact Flash Card vs. USB 3.0 Drive (Linux Boot) Forum SolvedI cant install windows 7 os in my laptop, acer, it cant continue install, i have bootable flash drive with windows 7 after i b Forum Solvedhow to create a bootable partition on a flash drive Forum SolvedBootable with any flash drive? Forum SolvedRemoving write-protection on bootable flash drive Forum SolvedCompact Flash card Forum SolvedBootable USB Flash drive - Menu not working. Forum SolvedBest Software to Clone Bootable WinXP Flash Drive to Hard Drive? Forum Compact flash network card Forum SolvedI want to create a bootable USB flash drive... Forum Compact flash backup / file management via ipad 4 Forum kingston compact flash Forum Compact flash drive has stopped reading cards? Forum Encryption on Bootable Flash Drive Forum Problem with Compact Flash Card Reader Forum Trying to setup a flash usb Windows 7 bootable from WIn XP Pro SP3 Forum Compact Flash Data Corruption Problems Forum I just got my Gigabyte GB-BXi7-4770R. BIOS detects the RAM, SSD, and the bootable USB flash drive. However, even when select Forum Computer not booting from bootable usb flash drive? Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !