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I highly recommend that you do NOT do this – unless you really know what you’re doing. Well, on this particular mobo, I had great difficulty getting Windows to boot.It also wouldn’t let me into the BIOS on reboot (I got the blank screen with a blinking cursor). I concluded from this problem that Windows 10 was having great difficulty with some BIOS setting, and it was pretty easy to conclude that it was the CSM settings. Now save your settings and reboot, and you should be all set.Of course, you’ll have to copy the update to the USB drive as well.Rufus settings should be set as following: Then, after booting from the USB drive, simply start the flash program: Then, follow the steps the flash program walks you through. I cant remember if there was another box confirming update but if there was I confirmed. Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 reputation on this site (the association bonus does not count).This is the way I managed to do it using Hiren boot disk. Download Hiren Boot Disk and create Hiren Boot disk on USB (Google this if you need to) Copy Dell file to HBD USB Enter Bios of latitude by pressing F2 key at startup. Went into Bios, reenabled boot option I had previously disabled. Enable "start up" from USB and disable all other startup options. Insert HBD on USB stick, start computer, boot from the XP option that comes up. Furthermore, when I did finally manage to get Windows to boot, I was greeted with this Windows load screen: WTH?! CSM is a feature of UEFI BIOSes where the mobo will (hopefully automatically) detect whether it should use “legacy BIOS” or “new UEFI” features for setting up your puter and launching the OS. Well, don’t forget to set the proper OS drive as your 1st boot device. Finally, note that with newer motherboards, you sometimes have to attach your USB keyboard and mouse to USB 3 ports.Yeah, it’s crazy, but that’s what happens when USB 2 ports start disappearing from the back of new motherboards!
In some cases, these problems can indicate a defective motherboard or other component. Instead, you are met with a blank screen with a blinking white cursor, and pressing Del or F2 does nothing!