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You need to set the boot mode into your Flash Drive before rebooting - in my PC it’s the F2 key for boot menu.
If you don’t change the boot mode it will always boot into the default OS that came with the manufacturer.
Switching to Linux using the Mint installer shouldn’t be hard at all. Don’t try using Windows options to do it, duh.
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If Windows commands the Manufacturer boot menu, that’s really a problem.