Boot From USB and CD even if Bios or Motherboard Don’t support it


I had written a post on how to make pendrives bootable earlier.But if you are in a situation that you Bios don’t support booting from USB or from a CD. There is a boot manager called PLoP which can solve this problem very easily.This program can do the job even without installing it on the hard disk.
This PLoP boot manager can be launched from almost any where fro mfloppy drives, networks or from any other boot manager, even from DOS and windows boot menu.

To use this software Download it from here and visit the distributors website from here and follow the instructions given there.

When the program is launched you can boot from USB or a CD even when your motherboard / BIOS don’t support it.


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