Here are the pictures of the boot order and boot setup.
As you can see in the second pic, “KingstonDataTraveler 2.01.00” is listed under “legacy boot sources.”
Once I selected that option, all I got was the third pic: nothing.
The rest of the pictures show how I have the BIOS set up.
What I thought at first was that Haiku just did not talk to my monitor. But then I started to doubt that because after a while of black screen, it quit trying to boot into Haiku and booted into the primary OS.
I have thought about putting the newest version of Haiku on my thumbstick but I do have a few projects on it. I don’t know which nightly hrev it was, but I can check into that later.
I hope these pics will be of some use.