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What are you trying to do ? Restart your computer During the boot process you will see on the screen to press a certain key to enter setup usually the Delete or F2 key this will vary depending on your computer and operating system Press and hold that key during the boot up process to enter BIOS using the arrow keys load failsafe defaultsor load optimized defaults press escape then press f10 to save to cmos to restart this will set the boot order if this fails you might try some of these
Acer: - Ctrl+Alt+Esc
ALR PC: (F2) or (Ctrl)(Alt)Esc)
AMI BIOS: (Del), (F1) or (F2)
AST, Advantage, Award, Tandon: - Ctrl + Alt + Esc
Award BIOS: (Del) or (Ctrl)(Alt)(Esc)
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Restart your computer have a close look at the screen it will be quick you will see which key to press to enter bios
During the boot process you will see on the screen to press a certain key to enter setup usually the Delete or F2 key this will vary depending on your computer and operating system Press and hold that key during the boot up process to enter BIOS using the arrow keys load failsafe defaultsor load optimized defaults press escape then press f10 to save to cmos to restart hope this helps
your windows cd is damaged, or your ram controller is faulty. gtet a new windows xp disk, or examine it for scratches, and if you feel froggy, attempt to use some sort of cd cleaner or even wax to buff out the scratches.
This is called a disk error which generally means your disk has failed. You need to get your data off it if it is not backed up. You will have to replace the disk.
A local computer shop might, just might, be able to install it into a second computer and read the data. The more you fuss with it the lower your chances of getting any data off it.
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This show that the disk has much bad sector and that was the extent the system could read. Replace the disk and reinstall your application slave the faulty disk to the system to see if you could recover some of your file on it.
Press ctrl+alt+del to restart is just an instruction. Did you do it? What happened? Was it read? Tell us more. Send your e-mail for us to give you our feedback. By the way, assuming that it did not work, Your hard disk must be configured to your PC, by running a software driver for your new hard disk. You can download it from the internet by running search " hard disk driver". Just specify the brand.
1- Press and hold the power button on your computer box/case/tower until it shuts down.
2- keep tap/click on "F8" botton while turning you computer on.
3- A black option with some text on it should appear
3- choose Safe Mode
4- go to "My Computer" and right Click on "C" drive and choose Properties
5- go to "Tools" then click "Check Now" button in the "Error Checking" box
6- tick "Automatic ..." then click "Start"
7- Click Shadule and restart your computer.
8- Do not click any thing utill teh utility checks your system
If you still have the same problem then it means that you have a virus
Download AVG Antivirus if you dont have antivirus program.
Now restart your computer and do the step 2-3 and run your antivirus program to search for all "files and folder".
Link to download AVG Antivirus: