When I power up my 475 a screen appears that says: "Attention The unit did not boot up properly. Please select one of the following: Retry, Reflash, Recover" but my touchscreen nor any of the buttons allow me to pick any of the options. Do you have any suggestions?
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It means your system is trying to boot from somewhere other than your hard drive. Make sure you don't have a CD in the CD/DvD Drive. Also when you boot your system pay close attention to which key it says you can hit to change the boot sequence or boot order and which key it says you can select to go into the Bios or Setup. Boot the system the go into the BIOS or Setup. Go to the tab that allows you to select your boot order. Make sure your Hard Drive is selected as the first boot device. Try rebooting after saving and making this change.
what you want do is disconnect your hard drive then disconnect the power from your motherboard the from the power supply, and press the power button the connect all the power cables back then enter bios screen go to the boot tab and select boot device priority and move your hard drive up.
its basically telling you that your master hard drive with O/S installation cannot be found in the booting system...Check if your master HD is not corrupted and see if your O/S still exist or maybe wiped out..
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.