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Try a re install of Vista. What happens when you try to boot? Did you format the HDD? Was the install successful?
Posted on Nov 30, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This problem may occur if the DVD drive's firmware is either out of date or defective.
Check the link given below for detail information:
To resolve this issue, obtain the appropriate firmware update for the computer's DVD drive.
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
SOURCE: Won't boot from dvd or
Depends on what you mean by won't boot from DVD or Hard Drive,
it sounds like your boot order is what you're looking for help for.
To do this you need to get into your computers BIOS (or "Setup")
You can do this by rebooting the computer and the very very very first screen you see tells you how,
usually by pressing DEL or F2 or F10.
Without knowing the specific computer you're looking for help on I can only point you in the right direction however keep in mind the BIOS is for advanced users only and you can damage your computer by randomly changing settings.
What you're looking for though is usually called the Boot Order or Boot Sequence
You'll need to set whatever device you want to boot from higher on the list (usually with the up arrow or PgUp)
If you don't see your device on the boot list then it may not be detected due to failure.
Posted on May 31, 2011
SOURCE: My HP DV9740US laptop will
you may have to assign a letter to the unseen drive manually: goto start menu and right click on my computer/ select manage/ select storage/ select disk management/ right click on the drive in question and select change drive letter and paths/ then give it an unassigned letter and that should do it. hope this helps:)
Posted on Jul 28, 2011
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Have you tried resetting the BIOS defaults? In doing so, it will force IDE re-detection and often resolve vague boot issues.
Posted on Sep 11, 2011
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