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BIOS problem with D845GVSR

When i try to install a new copy of windows XP, I wanted to change the BIOS setting as CD drive shold be selected as master.

At that time when i enter int othe BIOS settings, it gets hang at some time and when i restart my PC again, there will not be any display. I checked my HDD, CD drive and also the data cable. all are OK. It is confirmed that the problem is with the motherboard. I am using intel D845GVSR board.

Can u please point out what the problem is and how to correct it?

My PC configuration is given below:

512+256 MB DDR RAM
Intel P4 2.8GHz
motherboard D845GVSR.

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  • shajahan_kp Jan 20, 2009

    I am sorry.



    Actually thatis exactly what i mean. I have only just changed the bood order.



  • shajahan_kp Jan 20, 2009

    Ya you are right.. Thats exactly what i mean. I have just changed the boot order thats all.

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You don't want the cd to be master,You want to change boot order and make cd,first boot.

Posted on Jan 20, 2009

  • Randy Hough
    Randy Hough Jan 20, 2009

    Put the cd in and boot while tapping F11 key

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