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Problems during formating

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when i try to format my pc ,it ask for drivers through third party like floopy disk.
i provided the drivers from motherboard cd but it is not taking & i'am unable to do formatting.please provide a solution.
mother board is psvd2 vm -se .

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Reboot your computer. Go to your bios setting by pressing Delete key multiple times 'til it enters to your Bios Setting setup. Find the Boot Sequence menu. Set it to CDrom, floppy, Harddisk drive(HDD). Save the settings by pressing F10. Save and Exit it. Insert your Operating System disc. A message will appear "Press any key to boot from cd", you can Press the Enter key. Wait 'til the windows set it up. 

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You have to chose the driver for your operating system and create a floly disk with it.
To create a floppy disk boot with your motherboard CD and chose the option to create floppy disk (WINXP)

If you are using windows Vista you can directly chose drivers form CD.

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