My Surface Pro 7 won't boot from a Windows PE based thumb drive. It was produced by Acronis as rescue media. I have consulted with Acronis tech support and they haven't gotten it working, but the same thumb drive will boot up my Surface Laptop Studio with no problem. So, I'm thinking, is there a setting or something that I need to do to my Surface Pro 7 to get it to boot up on there? I do have it set to prioritize USB drives over the SSD, and it does partially boot up. It shows a screen with a DOS box on it, but then it stops - freezes maybe - and I can move the mouse, but it doesn't respond to clicks. Looks like it's trying to run a program in \Windows\System32, but it crashes. Can't tell what - it's truncated on the screen. Also tried an external USB mouse, and it can't click, either. BTW, this thumb drive was created on the Surface Pro 7 by the Acronis tools.