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I have had problems with the computer since I bought a new verbatim external drive.
this morning, I could not get past the bios screen.
I disconnected everything including the network, plugging them all back in one at a time and restarting after each one.
turns out that the verbatim is preventing the boot. any suggestions
Try changing the boot sequence in your CMOS setup, set your Main hard drive(I think it's IDE 0) and the rest is up to you whethere you will set the CD-ROM or the external HDD as the 2nd boot device. Once the computer starts just press DEL(most generic computers but for brand specific check the manual on how to access it) to enter the CMOS Setup.
Posted on Nov 06, 2008
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