My toshiba satellite c655 displaying PXE-M0F: No bootable device

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I was trying to format my toshiba satellite c655 with new OS but it's not working, now when i turn it on, it says: check cable connection! PXE-M0F : Exiting Intel PXE ROM. No bootable device -- insert boot disk and press any key. I changed the boot order at the bios but still can't locate my installation media (USB) for the installation to begin. I have absolutely no idea what to do.. someone please help me!!!
 

Seyed22Shaheen

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Seems like you corrupted your OS/HDD while formatting the HDD and because of that it is trying to boot from network(PXE). And for USB boot, i think your secure boot is enabled and legacy support is disabled in the BIOS. Disable Secure-Boot and enable Legacy support and now you should be able to boot from USB...
 

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