Question about Computers & Internet
Upon booting hit the delete key...on most this will take you into the BIOS...scroll through the BIOS with the up and down arrow keys and you will see a boot device selection. There will be 3 options. Primary, secondary, and floppy usually. The model of your hard-drive should be one these selections, along with boot from disk, floppy...etc. Select the hard-drive as the Primary (#1 choice) to boot from. Enter, save and exit.
Hope this helps...good luck.
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