If you can start Windows and are running Windows 10 (you didnt't say), try Setting/Update & Security/Recovery/Advanced Startup (Restart Now)/Troubleshoot/Advanced Setup/UEFI Settings (assuming you are booting to UEFI vs BIOS. Don't know if this same option is available on all laptops or works with BIOS. Let me know if this works. I may have the sequence a little wrong as I don't want to restart my PC right now, but I am pretty close.
Thanks for the information I have performed the process to access the trouble shooting and I get everything except a boot list where I can move the boot devise order so I can boot from a USB drive or the CD.
Hum....if you are in the BIOS setting, there should be a boot order that you can change. One other possibility is on some machines you can press a particular key at startup that brings up a boot menu. Don't know if that is the case for your machine or what the key may be. It helps if you can change the settings in BIOS that has a delay at startup. There may be a menu that comes up briefly if you do (works that way on my HP).