My system doesnt start at automatically. The problem is that when i turn my UPS on the system starts automatically. But it doesnt take the boot device automatically. I have to press F2 and go to bootable screen and exit from that. Afterwards it starts... I tried by changing the device priority but it doesnt work..
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Try reinstalling the driver or try to do a system restore to a time when you are sure it was working.
To do a system restore
Go to All programs
Go to Accessories
Go to System Tools
Choose System Restore
Restore it to an earlier time when it was working.
Hope that does the trick.
Try to restore your machine first to an earlier time by doing system restore on safe mode if you cant log in to the normal windows.
1. After restart keep pressing F8 or keep tapping F8 until Advance Boot Menu appear
2. Use arrow key to navigate then choose Safe Mode
3. Click Start button then choose All Programs
4. Click Accessories then choose System Tools
5. Click System Restore then follow the intruction on the window.
Your computer will automatically restart when system restore is finish
If this doesnt work then you need a Windows CD to reinstall you Windows again.
Hope This ill be helpful. Than you for using Fixya.
does your system have adequate ventilation? disconnect external devices, memory, expansion cards, hard drive and optical drive. then check if system will still turn off. if it still turns off, you will need to replace the motherboard. if it doesnt, try reconnecting the removed components one by one to determine which causes the issue.
If you have the cd that came with the system you might be able to boot off the cd into safe mode and from the sounds of it if you have nothin irreplaceable on the drive you might just want to format the drive and start over.
If you are using a desktop computer, chances are that you don't want the computer to go to sleep automatically. This is even more the case if you are running Vista in a virtual machine for testing purposes.
Disabling power management is simple and easy. First go to the start menu and click on the Control Panel.
Click on the System and Maintenance link
Then click on the Power Options link:
It will disable automatic sleep mode, but will still turn off display.\
You can click on change plan to disable.
If you are using XP than.
Open control pannel-> click on power option -> keep turn off monitor setting to never.
Try reinstall the OS. or press F5 or F8 when boots AND LOGIN TO SAFEMODE AND DO SYSTEM RESTORE. if are not able to go to safemode, then press del when boots and getinto the bios and check the bootable device is harddisk