Hello I have this laptop check his BIOS after that i want to start OS in his CD-ROM but notebook not start up CD-ROM i make anything to start up cd-rom He not starting I dont know why :( DO you help me pls write me to my e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks for ALL :)
Insert the OS Cd, then press the power button for 5 secs then continue pressing any button, prefferably the Enter button, I'll give you the option of booting from the Cd with which you can then format/reinstall your OS. Hope this solves your problem.
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You need to change the boot order in bios so that the computer starts from CD-rom. Then if it still doesn't start the cd, make it so that it only starts from cd and not the hard drive.
if its still not working theres a problem with the cd try another one.
let me know how you get along with it.
it seems that your hard disk is not getting in to Operating System. All you need is to check your drive thoroughly and reinstall OS....reason could be any thing, may be some virus has deleted system files or your drive may have develop some bad sector...
1.Check withBISO whether CDROM is there?
2.If shown in BIOS then set the boot priority to CD ROM and try with bootable disk,If booting reinstall the OS and If not then u will have to chthe CD ROM
The NC6000 sometimes has trouble booting to anything other than the primary hard drive once a valid OS has been installed. If you need to reinstall by booting it USB or to a CD/DVD; this works for me as a last resort. (Especially USB which it officially isn't supposed to be able to do.)
Insert the bootable media. Shut the laptop down. Remove the hard drive - but leave it disconnected in the bay. Start the machine, let it detect the bootable device, then hot-plug the hard drive. There is some timing involved, but it works.
I loaded several NC6000 machines running Windows 2000 to Linux and XP this way.
Enter your BIOS and make sure you set your boot order to CD ROM first, or at least to before your HD and on boot make sure to look for the prompt (only shows for a few seconds to press any key to boot from CD) and you should be good to go.
Let us know if this method fails so we can suggest other options. Good luck.
Did you check the memory? Sounds like the memory has went bad. Is it noticing all of the memory? Even if it is noticed it could still be going bad or the slot could be going bad. I have seen this happen. Are you positive that the hard drive is not bad. Did you run any test on the hard drive?