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In cases where I see this it's one of two things.
1. The BIOS is buggy. This is a common bug to many InSyde BIOSes.
2. The BIOS is set to try USB booting and fails.
There is only one cure to item 1 and I bet you know what it is.
I've Fixed Some Like This By Disabling USB Boot In BIOS
Post was last edited on May 15, 2017 10:48 AM PDT
Tried it the system won't boot at all
It just hang At no bootable device
The system boot of a USB drive that have unraid os on it so USB boot have to be enable
OK, Then Narrow It Down To Which USB Device Is Faulty
Plug in one USB device at a time and see which one prevents things from going past the splash screen.
For example, it appears like you have two different mouse items listed and although you mentioned that the hybrids require a separate mouse, are you sure you can't get rid of one of them?
And you didn't address Bob's suggestion above which was to make sure the BIOS is the most recent. Have you installed the latest BIOS and does it support all the things you're trying to do with it?
Hope this helps.
bios is uptodate
I mention that the mb bios is uptodate
The system boot with 1 keyboard no mouse unraid USB and a serial moniter
Sounds Like You May Have Your Answer
Unraid simply doesn't support the other configuration. It works with a normal, simply setup but not two mouses, a USB, etc. Try using a more typical OS and it should support your needs.
Hope this helps.
The other issue is Unraid.
https://lime-technology.com/unraid-server-installation/ and back to them about how to install and maintain. Here I have to work this as if it's a normal PC. Unraid is special and back to them to fix it.
I does not exactly understand
That's why they need to help you.
It's an uncommon OS and not one I use.
So any thing I could try ?
Try a more common OS.
One that folk will pitch in.