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BIOS SETTINGS WHEN I TURN ON THE SYSTEM THE MESSAGE"select proper device and reeboot" is displaying.If i select harddisk as the first boot device in the bios then the operting system is loading

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When I change boot device priority to CD rom first after restarting the system it changes with floppy repeatedly happening this what is the solution

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Go to BIOS setting by pressing F2 or Del while booting..and change boot priority as first boot device as hard disk then save and exit...

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Hai sir iam using in intel d945gcnl desktop is propleam (a bootable device has not been detected)wihch propleam in intel board


Do you have multiple hard drives in your system. In the BIOS select the first boot device and select the 2nd HDD as first boot device.

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to get into the bios press del and then use cursor keys to highlight boot tab and then select first boot device as HDD. Use the hard drive boot priority menu to select appropriate HDD as first device to boot.This option is only valid if you have two or more hdd's else your OS is corrupt and you will have to reinstall windows. Even check if all the cables to your HDD are tight, you will have to open up the system , if the system was moved around the cables might have become loose and just have to pushed in well.

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Booting up new motherboard


You need to re enter system setup Press Del and change boot device order to floppy, CD/DVD and Hard Disk

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Jul 05, 2008 | ASUS P5PE-VM Motherboard

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I have Intel 845 series motherboard & I want to format my PC but when I put xp cd inside & restarts & press enter the boot doesn't start now how could i format ?


You have to change the BIOS settings to boot from your CD drive. It must have been set to boot from harddisk.
To do this you have to change the primary boot device from Harddisk to CD drive. When you restart your computer press DEL or F12 or TAB or F1(any one...Depends on your BIOS see manual or try all) to bring bios. In bios go to boot device priority and set the CD drive to boot first.
Restart your computer, it will boot from CD drive and XP setup will start.

Hope this will help...cheers:)

Sep 25, 2010 | Intel 845GE Motherboard

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Reboot and select proper boot device


Hi, ull need to check the boot device priority in ur BIOS which is accessable usualy by pressing the delete key at the start of the boot process. If everthing is correct there and yet it doesnt boot from ur hard disk, try changing it to boot from cd and check if it boots. If it does then i think either your hard disk is corrupted or your OS.

Jul 08, 2009 | EliteGroup ECS 755-A2 Motherboard

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Will not boot,bios does not show a hard drive,only two CD drives


The peripheral devices as Hard disk and cdrom is not connected with the IDE cable or has loose contace. Even power cable of devices is not properly done or left out. So you need to check the IO IDE cable connetions and the power cable connections of the devices being connected to the mother board.

Mar 30, 2009 | Intel D865GBF Motherboard

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Bootable device hav been not deacted


Go to the bios settings as the system starts up by pressing F2 key then change first boot device as HDD(harddisk) and second boot device as cd rom, then press save and exit (F10 KEY)

Feb 23, 2009 | Intel DG31PR Motherboard

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New computer does not boot up


enter in to the BIOS setup by pressing "delete key" or "F2 "
change for the boot device priority (boot device order) ..
make it in order something like removable disk,harddisk ,cd roms..
after that try booting it up ...
before that check whether the harddisk & other devices are detected or not in bios ...
if it is not detected then you went wrong in connecting some where ...
just make it sure & do it



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Jul 01, 2008 | ASUS P5K-V - Motherboard - ATX - iG33 -...

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No boot or bios or display at turn on.


I had exactly the same problem with my kids PC last week, also an Asus on an AMD flatform. I reset the BIOS and clean install the OS and now its working fine. You have to reformat the harddisk, cause in my case it doesn't show its exact capacity when I it hooked it up as slave drive with my own PC. Maybe a virus did it.

Apr 07, 2008 | ASUS P4C800 Deluxe Motherboard

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No harddisk detection or cdrom


please check the bus whether they r working. if they r working please check the jumper settings in the harddisk and the cdrom. this will solve ur problem

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