I normally dont need to come here and ask for help, however, I am really stumped on this one. I have an iView Maximus Windows 10 tablet. Upon trying to configure its BIOS/UEFI to boot from USB, I did just the opposite with terrible consequences, it seems... I should have researched all the options I was disabling or switching, but I really didnt think that I would have disabled the keyboard along with all the USB ports. So the laptop still boots up, into Windows. I cant use the keyboard or any peripherals plugged into the USB ports. I've verified my USB keyboard is working and such. And the onboard keyboard/USB ports were working before hand. Unfortunately I turned off a few options at the same time, and I dont remember what they were. They did have to do with secure boot, as well as some USB options. I just cant believe you can disable every means of getting back into the BIOS. There's no CMOS battery for me to remove to default the BIOS. If there's a jumper, I dont have enough documentation to figure it out. I'm really hoping someone more resourceful than I has had experience with this brand. I cant even seem to find the model. It's an iView Maximus with model # that looks almost like a serial number: 1508-MAXIMUS-BK-WH1134 If anyone has additional information on this laptop/tablet, it would be very appreciated. I feel so dumb for getting myself stuck in this situation. I am still searching, but no luck yet. BTW, What happened to the tech support thread? Did I overlook it?