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Bios hangs I have a computer with an Intel D845PT motherbaord. When I boot the computer hangs on the OEM splash screen. I reboot and try to get into the bios by hiting F1 but it hangs on "Entering Setup." Any tips will be greatly appreciated. David

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Reseat all cards in system, including the RAM. If it still does not boot try removing one stick of ram at a time to see if it boots. As well as removing extra cards.

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Hello here is the homepage:

http://downloadcenter.intel.com/SearchResult.aspx?lang=eng&ProductFamily=Desktop+Boards&ProductLine=Intel%C2%AE+6+Series+Chipset+Boards&ProductProduct=Intel%C2%AE+Desktop+Board+DH61HO

In general, what you'll need to do is:
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This will typically either get you into a boot device menu or the BIOS settings where you should be able to select the device you want to boot from to adjust the boot order. In other words, your computer may normally try to boot first from the hard drive drive.But now you have to select to boot from the dvd drive. Save the changes, and then boot your computer again, this time without hitting any button and lay the windows disk in the dvd drive. If all goes according to plan, you should soon see a "Windows loading" message on your screen and press any key to install windows.You can follow the on-screen instructions to install Windows on your computer.
You also need to make a full format of the harddrive, and reboot again.

Look also in the manual how to setup the bios.

Here is some youtube video that shows how:

http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=how+to+install+windows+xp&oq=HOW+to+install+windows+xp&gs_l=youtube.1.0.0l10.1637.1637.0.3243.1.1.0.0.0.0.122.122.0j1.1.0...0.0...1ac.2.LqJatFrFwa4

When the installation is done, you have to install all the driver for the mainboard.Graphic,sound,chipset etc.

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for that first reconnect both connection to harddisk.Power cable and ide or sata cable.
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Then when you power up the computer press F1 or F2 or "del" key then you can see bios screen.
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Press and hold the F2, F12, or F8 function key (one of the three at a time) after jhearing a single beep following a restart. One key (usually F2) will allow you to change the BIOS settings. (If the computer boots normally, restart it again and try the next function key.)

BE CAREFUL. Don't change anything you are not sure of because doing so can make your computer inoperable!

You will eventually get to the BIOS settup utility. You will have to use the keyboard to navigate to the setting that disables the splash screen. (You may have to enable something like "detailed boot report" or "OEM settings", depending on the computer.)

My American Megatrends (AMI) BIOS has a "BOOT" section that contains a "Full Screen Logo" setting. I "Disabled" it to do what you want to.

Incidentally, the splash screen doesn't really slow the boot process much, since you are simply substituting a static picture for the BIOS boot information.

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The major BIOS suppliers are listed below and can be used to search for special BIOS updates not supplied by the Computer vendor.*

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How can i get rid of the compaq logo even after i format my hard drive .


The screen that I think you're referring to is the OEM BIOS splash screen.

This particular logo / image has nothing to do with your hard drive... it is embedded on a physical chip (EEPROM or ROMBIOS) on your motherboard.

It is possible to make modifications to this particular splash screen (through a hardware hack), but I don't recommend doing it. The screen shouldn't be a problem; it sounds like you might be experiencing a "Boot Order" issue.

I'm assuming you might be having problems with the Boot Order if you're having issues with loading your OS from CD. When you have the Windows CD in the CD ROM and you reboot the system, you should see the following message flash up on the screen (immediately following your OEM BIOS Splash screen):

"Press any Key to Boot from CD..."

If you don't see this message and your CD ROM Doesn't spin up and begin to load windows...you might have a Bad CD ROM, bad CD "Disc" or...you might not have your BIOS Boot Order set up correctly.

HOW TO FIX IT:

To get into the BIOS Setup on a Compaq Presario system, do the following:

When the OEM Logo Splash screen appears, press F1 to enter the BIOS Setup.
Note: On certain Compaq Presario PCs (prior to 2002) press the F10 key at the logo screen to enter setup.

To change the Boot order:

Here's the URL for Compaq's Online FAQ for Changing the Boot Order:
http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?docname=bph07110&lc=en&cc=us&lang=tr&man_lang=en&product=1843681&dlc=tr#N1310

Try changing the Boot Device Priority in the BIOS Setup: Make sure that the "CD ROM" entry is moved "Before" the entry for the Hard Drive and Network PXE:

Example Boot Order:
  1. CD ROM or Removable Media
  2. USB
  3. Floppy (if you have one)
  4. Hard Drive
  5. PXE (Network Boot)
This should help you load the OS successfully from CD (if you're not being presented with the "Press any Key to Boot from CD..." notification when rebooting with the Windows CD in the CD/ROM drive.

Please repost if this fixed your problem and rate my response!

Good Luck,

LounaTech

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