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JovianDSS UEFI / BIOS [legacy/CSM] USB stick preparation procedure

Article ID: 3081
Last updated: 08 Jul, 2019

1 Insert USB stick into the Windows machine's USB port

2 Open command prompt with administrator privileges and execute commands:

diskpart

# diskpart is a command line utility for disk management, enter following commands:

list disk

# Table with disks present in the system will be displayed. Check which number has disk that is prepared as DSS boot medium, supply this number to the following command (in place of X):

select disk X

# Next clean this device and exit the utility 

clean 

exit

3 Using disk management - Windows graphical utility for managing disks, create FAT32 partition on DSS boot medium and format it. In order to open disk management right click on start menu button and select disk management option

4. Using file manager copy contents of the ISO to the boot medium.

5. On the boot medium enter the "boot" directory, right click on bootinst.exe and select "Run as Administrator"

6 Follow instructions that appear on the screen (press enter two times)

7 Safely remove / eject the DSS boot medium. It is ready to boot Jovian DSS in UEFI and BIOS mode to run live version or installer.

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Article ID: 3081
Last updated: 08 Jul, 2019
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Posted: 08 Jul, 2019 by Kowalski .
Updated: 08 Jul, 2019 by Kowalski .
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