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I set the boot sequence to usb. it goes to cd

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Try to disable the other boot device, or you simply need to first boot the usb then the rest disable.... if the problem still occur, you might not save the setup utility options properly or the flash bios/cmos failed to save due to a weak or a cmos battery checksum error...

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Can't boot from USB on motherboard "ASUS p5s-mx se". No issue on BIOS Setup menu !


Hello,
Start and pres Del /F 2 /F10 for Setup bios .Change the boot sequence.


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And make a boot-able pen drive.

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Cant boot up


There could be several reason for not able to boot up.

1. the power to the unit is not there
2. the monitor is not working so you cannot see anything on the screen and believe it is not booting up.
3. the hard drive is faulty and therefore the system cannot boot.

If you believe 1 and 2 are not the cause and assuming the keyboard is working, then press F1 or F2 immediately when the bootup starts. This will take the system to BIOS setup. Choose boot sequence to boot from CD (or floppy if you have drive). Next insert Windows CD into the CD drive and exit and save BIOS setting. When the boot sequence starts it should boot from CD.

IF this fails then the motherboard is faulty. If it works (ie. it boots from CD) then the hard disk is faulty.

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How to install operating system?


press either delete or f2 during the boot up process to enter
set up (BIOS) change the boot sequence to boot from cd first away you go (be careful) after installation change the boot sequence back to which you found it

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Boots usb first


Hi apicard91

Go into your BIOS and check your boot sequence or boot menu.

there should be a option to disable booting form either a "removable device or external device or usb device"

Just disable that option and then you good...

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Need to get into bios


Dear friend for go BIOS some computers Need to preess DEL, Some Computer need to Press F1, Some Computer need to pree F2. you didnt write about your computer... One solution i have ... Press DELL+F1+F2 At starting your sustem... Here is two option to find out Boot Sequence from BIOS.... some BIOS Have Independent Boot Menu.. IN Boot menu you may see boot sequence... there you have change it. For Other Option You may go the Advanced BIOS Setting Option There you may find First boot device, Second Boot device..... Or Boot sequence.... find out your solution...



For Master And slave..setting in CD/DVD rom ..

set jumper.. near ide or sata cable... for setting as Master...

Set jumper After Master jumper... for setting as slave..

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Boot sequence. I want to boot CD first


No,you don't need to disable quick boot,All you need to change is the boot order.But to boot from CD all you need to do is press F12 while the system is booting up.

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BIOS and Sony CD-RW CRX300E


Your Sony CD-RW is an ATAPI CD-ROM for the purpose of your BIOS. Without you specifying the motherboard brand and model, it is hard to tell you what your issue could be.

Nearly all PC motherboards made after 1995 will allow you to boot from the CD. Enter the BIOS setup screen by pressing, during POST, <DEL> or <CTR>-S (Gateway), <F1> or <F2> and look for boot sequence. Some MB's have a boot sequence key you can press to select the boot device for that boot instance only.

If you are trying to say that you have an ATAPI CD-ROM and the Sony CD-RW, then check your master/slave/cable select jumper settings on the device. Each IDE channel can have at most one master and one slave.

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Hi You need to make sure that your boot sequence sets to boot from hard drive first. Also, make sure that the hard drive sequence has the hard drive enabled. If this does not work, then let me know so I can give another suggestion.

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