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Press f4 to resume

Whenever i start my system ,i heared a single beep sound
and then a screen is appeared having hardware configuration details and at bottem it shows

press to resume

whts problem with my system and how it configured

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  • Anonymous Feb 13, 2009

    my mainboard is intel D865GVHZ with LAN
    and in its bios setup their is no such "stop booting on error" option i find
    do u have any other advice or solution

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U need to go into bios setup.this can be done by pressing del button on ur keybadr while booting is goin on. some time the key to be pressed will be F10 or F1 instead of del key.
There will be an option as stop booting on error. disabl;e that..n it ll be fine.. btw to find out the error u'l have to specyfy each n every settings in ur bios.So its better u to ask for a person who knows these things to ur home.. Else u can do by exploruing these things urself.It ll be fun..i would prefer this..

Posted on Feb 12, 2009

  • vasusachin24 Dec 10, 2010

    and how to find out what error stopped it from booting?

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