How to boot hp proliant dl80 gen9 from USB Pendrive with win server STD Core & Data Ctr Core 2016 .ISO Image

How to boot hp proliant dl80 gen9 from USB Pendrive with win server STD Core & Data Ctr Core 2016 ISO Image
Amit SrivastavaAsked:
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McKnifeCommented:
Try it with this nifty tool: http://www.winsetupfromusb.com/downloads/
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Seth SimmonsSr. Systems AdministratorCommented:
why don't you use hp intelligent provisioning and mount the iso that way?
hit F10 during post

alternatively, use rufus if you really need to boot from a flash drive
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nobusCommented:
be careful - and verify if it boots correct from USB 3 ports/devices
in most cases - booteing from USB 2 ports/devices work ok
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McKnifeCommented:
Author has abandoned the question.
The methods mentioned are known to work. Advise on USB2 vs 3 might be useful as well - but we'll never know.
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