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Can get to the bios setting can you please help me

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During restore windows i found error "Windows could not complete the installation. To install windows this computer, restart the installation.


Reboot windows without any CD in drive and tap F8 key before windows screen appears. Select safe mode from the menu that appears and elect to do a system restore.
If this doesn't work you could try changing the boot order in the bios ensuring that your hard drive is first boot device. should get into bios when starting PC usually F2 or del key. remember to save changes in bios normally F10

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Toshiba portege 3500 tablet saya tidak bisa booting lewat external cd room .. yang ada di layar monitor terbaca : intel(R) boot agent version 4.1.06 copy right (C) 1997-2002, intel...


It means that the BIOS cannot find a disk to boot.
Make sure you selected the hard drive in the boot settings of your BIOS
Remove all external DVD drives or floppy drives or ethernet cables
If you get an error message, you should start troubleshooting your hard drive.

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I am trying to recover a Tseries t4210 fujitsu lifebook, but unfortunatly it has a bios password set and the previous owner has now left the company. Can you help in removeing the bios password...


To reset the BIOS password read the information from this link.

Before you open it up I would suggest trying Hiren's Boot CD and Kill CMOS to wipe the BIOS.

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I cant boot into toshiba r15 822 tablet pc. it will not go int any boot mode, even though it shows boot options. if my harddrive is dead, then i am still not able to get to change it to boot from cd....


press Del or f1 or f2 or Home or Ins or end key...some of the PC/Notebooks BIOS is set to any one of the above keys...
so after starting PC press the key as mentioned above...
u may have to do hit and trial....and find the key that gets u to BIOS
then change the boot seq to foll
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Try www.password-changer.com and http://home.eunet.no/pnordahl/ntpasswd/.

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Hi, if you have computer knowledge, the easiest thing to do is to take the laptop sata hard drive out and connect it to your computer with your sata cables and power and boot your computer up and the laptop drive will be a slave drive then. Now you can back it up if you want and then format it.

Now turn your computer off and put the hard drive back in your laptop. Because there in no Operating system the laptop will ask for a boot device. Now you will be able to boot from your xp cd.

I don't know why but I have found most laptops and computers with vista don't like to boot from a cd and over ride the boot options and go directly into vista which makes it hard for people who want to down grade to XP.

Why someone would want Vista beats me.

You can also load up into bios and change your boot options in there. If not already set as first boot device to be you cdrom/dvd you can change it to be. But like I said most of the time with Vista it doesn't matter! Vista will still boot first. But it is worth trying.

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Vista is an upgrade over XP.

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A cleared bios


hi
go to bios go to cmos setup set time details.
and go to boot option set first device to hdd.
then save settings restart sys

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