Question about CTL IL1 Notebook
It goes ok on bios ,but once you save settings it doesn't start at all only a single bottom line flashing and thats all
You hard drive is missing from the system. Just does not recognize it.
Posted on Oct 26, 2012
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Determinine Your Current BIOS Version
You can find your motherboard's BIOS version number on the POST screen. Restart your computer. As soon as you see the Biostar bootup splash screen, press TAB, this will reveal the POST screen (if you don't see the splash screen at all, it is okay. The version of BIOS you have most likely doesn't have the splash screen). Then immediately press PAUSE/BREAK key to suspend the boot process. You will see a screen similar to the one below:
In this example, the BIOS version is VIT0312F.
VIT = Model number
0312 = BIOS date
F = No splash screen
All modern Biostar motherboards feature the Flasher technology for easy BIOS updating. If you have a legacy board, please download the Award flashing utility and follow the instructions in the README.TXT file instead. The procedure below does not apply to legacy boards.
Most motherboards' BIOS files have the BIN extension. Some do not (for instance, NCD1208.BSP, NHA0302.BF, etc). Regardless of its extension, after downloading the BIOS file is ready to use as-is. You do not need to do any kind of decompression or extraction.
Download the BIOS file (in this case, VIT0312B.BIN)
then save it to a floppy disk. Restart your computer. Enter the CMOS
setup by pressing at the POST or Biostar
splash screen. Make sure the disk is in your floppy drive, choose "Upgrade
BIOS" from the CMOS Setup main menu. The Flasher utility
will automatically detect and highlight the BIOS file (in this example,
VIT0312B.BIN) on the next screen.
Make sure the BIOS file (in this case VIT0312B.BIN)
is highlighted and press Enter. Answer Y
when prompted "Are you sure to flash?". After the
flashing is done, reset the computer and enter CMOS setup
again. This time choose "Load Optimized Defaults"
from the main menu. Finally, hit F10 to save and exit.
BIOS update is complete.
If you have a legacy motherboard which does not support the Flasher technology, please download the Award BIOS flashing utility and follow the instructions in the README.TXT file.
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Now if above steps works for you then it will start booting up from CD and then we have a shot to fix the problem you have with a simple command.
Once the computer boots up fine, go to the screen which says "Install Now". On this screen, look at the bottom left corner, you will see "repair your computer". Select this option & Choose your keyboard & language on next screen.
It will take you to the screen which will have 5 options:
Startup Repair: This option can repair the booting up problems automatically.
System restore: It startup repair doesn't works, Try this option to restore your computer to the day it was working.
Memory Optimizer: This is used to diagnose any problems with memory.
Complete PC restore: With this option, we can restore our computer to the factory settings. Performing this will result in loose of all data and software installed but it will bring everything back which you got preinstalled with your device.
Command prompt: In this option you can try some advanced command line instructions to fix the errors.
First let's try the best option "Command Prompt" to fix your problem:
>>Select "Command Prompt".
Type Bootrec /RebuildBcd, and then press ENTER.
>>If the command prompt doesn
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