I have a Samsung NP900X4D laptop and I would like to replace the existing Windows 8 installation with a Debian 8.
At first, I copied Debian 8 hybrid iso image to a USB flash drive with
cat debian-8.1.0-i386-CD-1.iso > /dev/sdc; sync. Now, when I try to boot my IBM T43 from this USB thumb drive, then it works fine and I am able to install Debian.
If I insert the USB flash drive either to USB 3.0 or USB 2.0 port, turn on the laptop and enter UEFI "Boot Menu". Then, it contains only the "Windows Boot Manager", but I would have expected to see a list of boot options(PXE, USB flash drive, SSD, etc) there:
What might cause such behavior?