Question BIOS ignores USB Boot

Oct 24, 2020
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I got a ASUS Vivobook e200H which I want to do a clean install of windows 10, got a Bootable USB with the windows 10 ready to install (which is detected and works in other computers) and it is detected in the BIOS has a bootable device but seems like the computer just ignores it and skips to the next bootable device.

Seems like in my BIOS I don't have any Legacy Mode or CMS to disable/enable.
Got Fast boost disabled and secure boot disbled as well.
Ran out of option, anyone got any idea why this happens?
 

Colif

Win 10 Master
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does it have windows 10 in it now?

put usb in at startup
boot into windows.
on logon screen, click the power button in bottom right
while holding shift, click restart now button
this restarts windows in a blue menu
choose use a device
pick USB from list
PC will restart and boot from USB
 
Oct 24, 2020
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Right n
does it have windows 10 in it now?

put usb in at startup
boot into windows.
on logon screen, click the power button in bottom right
while holding shift, click restart now button
this restarts windows in a blue menu
choose use a device
pick USB from list
PC will restart and boot from USB
Right now I dont have it cause I formatted the pc via CMD and still havent been able to boot from the USB + I have tried that before, didn't work, the pc just ignores it completely. I can make a video with my phone and post it here showing what happens.
 

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