Hey, so I have an older computer I'm trying to get the 32 bit Cloudready OS running on, a Toshiba Satellite A105-S361, which doesn't support USB booting. I have a number of other computers available, and I followed the advice in the knowledge base to try and install the OS on a different machine (in this case a Lenovo G570), then put it into the target machine afterwards. The OS loaded up fine there, and I doublechecked that it booted into Cloudready afterwards, but when I put it in the Satellite, it's not even recognizing that there's a hard drive installed, it's just trying to boot from CD. I made sure HDD was the top priority on the boot order, and made sure the HDD was seated correctly a good dozen times, but no dice. I'd expect to have a crash error if it was a compatibility issue and the machine's just too old, but the computer isn't even trying to boot from the HDD. Also, I can hear the HDD spinning up, even though I just get a prompt to instert a boot CD. Any thoughts?
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