Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Advantage; service; avail.
- n. Payment in addition or into the bargain.
- n. Torture by means of the boot. See boot, n., 3.
- n. Booty; plunder.
- n. The taking of booty.
GNU Webster's 1913
“I then tried booting from a USB stick, SD card, and even tried a friend's external DVD-Rom drive.”
“Try booting from the OS CD and run disk-utilities to see if it fixes the problem.”
“Not surprisingly, in that almost year's time, booting is up from last year based on numbers provided by the DOR during city council budget hearings today at City Hall.”
“Step 2: Make a partition to install Ubuntu on now (mine is/dev/sda1), before booting from the LiveCD.”
“I prefer booting from a CD and do a backup while not running the OS. davomartinez versatileninja”
“I tried booting from a CD to reinstall the OS, but it still crashed.”
“#581/February 18, 2010/1: 04 min. Why is it called booting your computer?”
“You’ll likely need to head into your BIOS settings and ensure that USB booting is enabled and/or “ranked” above the hard drive as a boot option.”
“It keeps booting from the HD and I’m not sure why.”
“His booting was a big upset, right - a spanner in the works, a headline-grabbing shock?”
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