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Hello sir....i have a solution to your problem....
solution: insert the OS cd into CD drive and restart your system ,keep pressing F2 key enter into BIOS setup then goto the boot menu then select boot priority option and give 1st priority to CD drive...save the settings and exit...restart your system and dont press any key...you will enter into windows installment screen...i hope my suggestion will be helpfull.
Posted on Oct 28, 2008
Do you mean that you are re-loading windows? if you are when it reboots after re-loading and it says boot/start with cd-rom support do not press enter again or anything else for that matter because if you do it will keep taking you through the whole process again. Once it has loaded and reboots do not press anything it will start windows( even though it gives you the option to start with cd-rom support - just ignore it), itself and take you to the welcome screen etc... once this happens you can take the disk out.
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