Not sure if you can solve this but the ASUS Splash Screen comes on at POST I have a M3A78 EMH-HDMI Motherboard and the instruction says TAB to Display post BIOS Messages. If I don't hit TAB the Splash screen stays there until I do hit TAB.
Once I press TAB it takes several minutes to eventually (Idunno time out?) and then Windows loads just fine. This is a X64 Quad Core system by the way. Any Ideas on what Software to Run or how to remedy this irritating problem?
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For Disk Boot Failure, below are the steps:-
1) First check your HDD. (Go to BIOS > Run the HDD self test).
2) Make sure there should not be any external media connected to your notebook (CD, USB drive etc.)
3) If your HDD is OK, then You need to install the OS again.
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Try to go into the bios and set the first boot device as your sata hdd. There will be a option in boot section of the cmos setup where the hdd drive order will be mentioned. If PATA is shown first press enter in the option select SATA and press enter save and exit changes things should go on fine.
Also check your pata hdd and cdrom specific jumper setting. For more help post your HDD model and make and cdrom model and the bios type
The typical cause of this problem would be a sticky key, worse case the tab key is damaged. Either problem would cause it to continue to scroll down as you said.
The only thing you can really do to try and fix it is see if you can carefully pop it off with a flat head screwdriver. (Don't force it to hard)... Clean any mess you may see under it, and then put the key back on, again not forcing anything while doing so.
If that still can't fix the problem then you may have to consider finding a used or replacement keyboard for it.
Try my suggestion, and post back for further assistance. Thank you for trying Fixya!
Miss Hay, If you do not post the model no of the printer & Mfg it's almost impossible to find you a fix or post a reason. You can however go to the Mfg's web site your self, by using your model number & name of the printer you can find more options to repair your problem.