Question about Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium with Service Pack 1: Windows
Tried to start system from a couple of Linux cd's. Will get to boot options point, (eg, try it, install, etc), Then when asked, starts the boot but reboots, never getting to the op sys. CD drive and discs OK, PSU Ok, (there is no HDD -I'm using Puppy linux to see if I can get it to go and that does not need a hdd). I am wondering about ram?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
IT DOSENT MATTER WHICH O/S U R USING. THE CD MUST BE BOOTED FROM THE CD DRIVE. JUST CHECK YOUR CD DRIVER. IT MUST BE NOT WORKING PROPERLY.
PERIODICALLY EVERY CD DRIVERS NEEDS SERVICE, LIKE LANCE CLEANUP AND BELT SETTINGS.
JUST SERVICE YOUR CD DRIVER OR CHANGE IT WITH A NEW ONE.
Posted on Feb 17, 2009
SOURCE: Windows Vista BSOD
Confronting Blue Screen of Death popularly known as BSOD is one of the worst nightmares for any computer user. It can happen in all the Windows versions. Win 7 is no exception to it to BSOD. Luckily, there are ways to fix Win 7 Blue Screen of Death problem.
Usually with BSOD, one can not do any work on computer. Computer hangs, restarts or shut down on its own. There is always a great danger of losing unsaved work.
The situation demand urgent action on your part to continue safe and smooth computing.
I am sharing few tricks of the trade that will surely help you whenever you see tragic Blue Screen of Death in Win 7.
Posted on Sep 08, 2010
In your BIOS, do you have the First Boot Device set for the CD-ROM drive? The message NTLDR is missing, press any key to restart, means your PC is trying to boot from the Hard Drive. Check your BIOS and configure the First Boot Device for the CD-ROM drive. Then try booting from the XP CD again. You may have to press a key to boot from disc, but you will be prompted to do so if necessary.
Posted on Mar 09, 2011
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