Question about Computers & Internet
Hello, did you just upgrade your bios, or did you reset it to default settings ??
It so, you have to select F2, and select the boot order for your drives.
If you are making a new install of windows, you have to select the dvd drive as first boot device, and the hard drive as second.
Here is a guide to setup the bios:
By the look at your video, i can see your pc is useing the phoenix bios.
Here is a manual in the pdf format:
You need adobe reader to read the content.
If more detailed info, visit your mainboard or the pc`s homepage, for downloading a manual.
If still in doubt, visit a pc repair shop, it`s like a
10 min. repair for them.
Posted on Jan 10, 2013
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