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The system will not boot up from the the cd rom
You can do this by changing the BOOT Priority in your BIOS settings.
To get into BIOS:-
When you first turn the system on, you get what they call a POST screen (normally has the laptop logo or enegy star monitor rating), at the bottom of the screen, it should give you an option or two (i.e. F1-Boot Options, F2-Setup (also called BIOS). Different systems use different keys to enter the BIOS (or SETUP), this is usually F2 or Delete.
Once you are in the BIOS, just have a browse for BOOT OPTIONS or BOOT PRIORITY, and change the value of FIRST BOOT to CD-ROM.
Save these new settings to CMOS and exit. The system will now reboot, and this should solve the problem
Posted on Nov 28, 2008
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