Sir, Nowadays whenever I switch on CPU button then on monitor a message is display that ''''new CPU installed press F1 to run setup or F2 to start ''''. Then i have to press F2 then OS installation starts. I have window XP home edition with intel dual core processor. Please help me sir regarding this matter in order to avoid this message displayed. thank you very much Yours faithfully RAJNISH TIWARI
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Re: Error during pc start
Dear Sir, Please port details questions to help us to serve you better. The answer which I'll be providing you is based on assumption on the little data you have provided. Press F1 during startup,in BIOS settings check whether the New processor you have installed in shown or not. I think you also need to upgraded you BIOS. Go to your motherboard manufacturer's site and there you can find the software for upgrading BIOS. Please rate me appropriately if you are satisfied with my answer,in case, if you want any clarification please get back to me.
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Please refix the is display cable properly and check if the issues resolves.
Kindly check if any beep sound comes. To check is the system board is fine. Please press the Num Lock for 2-3 times and check if it responds(Led On/Off) To check the monitor status, please remove the display cable which is coming from monitor and connected with System(Cpu), if it displays the message on screen then it passes the monitor test and indicates that Monitor is fine.
1. Loose VGA cable
2. Wrong driver installed or configuration made is out of monitor range
For loose cable you can fix it up from both ends, on CPU and on Monitor itself.
For second reason, we just have to delete display driver from Device Manager. Follow below method to delete driver
Start computer in safe mode. To start in safe mode, as soon the system boots up press F8 and select Safe Mode. After you log into the safe mode. Right click the "My Computer" icon on desktop, go to properties,
go to "Hardware" tab, Click on "Device Manager", go to "Display driver" and expland it, select the driver below the expanded "Display Driver" and press delete to remove the driver. Now restart the system and it will automatically adjust the display driver for you.
Real easy. Start computer and press F1 or what ever you do to get into the BIOS. When the BIOS screen appears find boot options. Enter it and select cd or DVD sequence to boot first. Before you leave the BIOS make sure you save the BIOS. When the computer starts up and this time it will passes the BIOS setup, a prompt on the screen will display a message press any key to boot from cd or DVD. Of course when that message appears you want to hit at least one key on the keyboard. Next, it should say loading windows and a blue screen will appear. When things stop it will prompt you to press enter to install xp and then F8 to promise your doing things right. Now comes where it says do you want a new partition and next, shows the memory available. Here's where you to delete if there's a partition already there or create one. I think you press c to create and press enter. Next it will ask if you want to install a fresh copy xp. enter yes. From here on out, you shouldn't have to do anything for at least 45min. It will turn it self off and on and eventually start having you answer question to set-up xp account.
Your description is too vague. Please advise what error messages you get, what the screen says, what make and model of PC you have, what operating system you are using, what hardware or software changes you have made recently etc etc etc