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Press F1 to continue and f2 to setup. How can i remove it please?

When i start up windows, it says ..errorr..drive not found... press F1 to continue and f2 to setup. How can i remove it please?

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  • Anonymous Jan 20, 2009

    when start computer give me two choose



    -press f1 to continue or f2 to set up.

  • miraclebase Mar 13, 2009

    I used the Caldera wipe drive, to clean my 80GB HD. I bought a 500GB HD so that I can use is as my primary drive. When my wipe drive program is finished, which works from a floppy, you 'esc' which takes you to two A://, than remove the floppy and place the Operating System in the tray and restart the computer. Because of the F1 to continue and F2 to setup problem, I have gone back to the Caldera menu and checked for the HD, which only shows the primary not the secondary and it tells me that it is deactivated! The 80GB hard drive might be bad but the 500 GB is brand new. What could be causing this problem?

    HELP!!!!

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After pressing f2.....bios setup was opened.....go to drivers.....and than open diskette driver.....select off .....your problam is solve 1000%

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I wish when you restart again your computer just boot up normally. The cause for this warning message are 1. This often happened to some older P4 motherboards because BIOS is outdated.  2. You can enter into your BIOS setup by pressing F2 and set HDD Auto detection in to USER mode. This will skip auto detecting disks. Nextly update your BIOS

If this dont work please tell me

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If you say continue will it go into your operating system okay? If so, you just need to disable some settings in BIOS (F2 for setup) When you go into the setup it should show a list of your drives. Make sure all hard drives and CD drives are showing there. Disable any of the other IDE connections that are not in use. If all the drives aren't showing there and you can't get into windows, then you need to shut down the computer and make sure all the connections are good on the hard drives and CD drives. There will typically be a wide gray cable (IDE Cable) or a skinny (usually red) cable (SATA Cable) running to these drives, make sure that they are connected to the device and to the motherboard. If all looks good and you still get the same error, it could be a bad drive.

Posted on Dec 05, 2008

  • jagjit singh Nov 29, 2010

    i handle this problem. go the bios setup then check the extra drive which is not used then go the extra drive and select NOT INSTALLED example.......... floppy drive, cd drive

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I certainly wouldn't disagree with any of the above ,I'm a complete novice,But looking through info on sites likes this I noticed my cdrom was set at first priority so I changed it and made the hdd 1 And that has cured it

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Go to bios-if you have diskette/floppy drive enabled-turn it off and restart.that should work-else its a bad drive-

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..wel..it happened to me also..the same problem...press F1 to continue...F2 to enter setup.......
....i did the...reset BIOS SETTINGS ....( in my case...after pressing F2.... BIOS setup was opened.....and i did........LOAD OPTIMAL DEFAULTS.........EXIT SAVING CHANGES TO THE BIOS.) ..my problem was solved :)

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There may be more than one reasons. first of all check your CMOS battary. and then check BIOS setting, you are recommended to set all BIOS setting DEFAULT. best of luck

Posted on Nov 28, 2012

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    AJAY GULERIA Nov 28, 2012

    there r may be more than one reasons. first of all check your CMOS battary. and then check BIOS setting, you are recommended to set all BIOS setting DEFAULT. best of luck

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