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Logging to a USB after a wipe (PXE)

The following instructions will walk you through moving a log file to a USB after a wipe is performed using the PXE version. If you are using the Standalone version, please refer to the following instructions at this [link][1] instead. To get to the command prompt, type exit and select yes. From here, you will want t…

Logging to a USB after a wipe (Standalone)

The following instructions will walk you through moving a log file to a USB after a wipe is performed using the Standalone version. If you are using the PXE version, please refer to the following instructions at this [link][1] instead. **PLEASE NOTE: **These instructions will not work on version 9.5 or newer, as file…

Boot from a USB in Windows 10 (UEFI)

1. Inside Windows 10, navigate to the start menu 2. Select the Settings Icon ![][1] 3. Select Update & Security ![][2] 4. Select the Recovery Tab from the left-hand menu 5. Select 'Restart Now' under the 'Advanced startup' section ![][3] 6. On the screen 'Choose an option' select the option 'Use a Device' ![]…

Booting from a USB on a Microsoft Surface Device

Setting up a Microsoft Surface device to boot from any other type of media other than the internal drive can be tricky. Below are the steps to access the device's BIOS, make the necessary changes to they system, and to boot from your target device. The first requirement to booting from a USB drive is to change the S…

How to Boot from a CD or USB

# Changing the boot order on a computer tells the computer to find the device you selected and boot from it. In order to run WipeDrive, you will want to manually boot from the USB/CD. To do this, please refer to the following instructions: 1) Completely power off the computer. 2) Insert the USB/CD and power on the c…

How to use WipeDrive for Mac

To use WipeDrive on a Mac, you will need to use the "bootable CD/USB" method. This article will walk you through how to burn a CD/USB on a Mac machine, and how to boot the Mac from the CD/USB. If you purchased a physical copy from us directly, you will not need to burn the ISO to a CD/USB. **_How to burn the ISO file…

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