Changing the Boot Order on the Development Platform
- Assemble your development platform, as described in platform setup.
- Connect any intended boot devices (USB, SDCard) as the BIOS must find them to populate the selection menu. See creating bootable media for details.
- Have accessories connected, or a workstation configured for the chosen development method. Maximize the workstation terminal window if the display is hard to read or the font is fuzzy.
- Energise the development platform by connecting a power source.
Note:macOS* users need to depress Fn+F2 when prompted, and then select
Reboot into Firmware Interfaceand press
Enter. Then depress Fn+F2 again to open the BIOS menu.
- Within the BIOS menu system, find and select theBoot Maintenance Manager
- SelectBoot Options.
- SelectChange Boot Order, then find and select the intended boot device. They will be listed as either anEFI USB Device(for USB drives) orEFI uSD Device(for microSD cards).TroubleshootingIf your device is not an option in the menu, be sure that you have properly inserted your microSD card or USB boot drive prior to booting the platform. Power down the platform, unplug and re-attach the intended boot device, and then restart the development platform to try again.
- Use the BIOS menu controls to arrange boot devices in the desired order.
- Highlight a boot device and then press [+]to move it to the top of the list.
- PressEnterto apply your changes.
- SelectCommit Changes and Exit. Then return to the main setup menu by pressingESCtwice.
- Save all changes and reboot.