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Can't get reload cd to work

I have a reload cd it comes up as insert disk into drive e when it alread is in i need to restart my pc to manufacturars settings

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Ok boot the pc when the first screen shows up press F1 for bios set up to get you into bios settings then watch on the screen to F9 key for setting computer to default press it and then F10 and enter to save the changes.That should work.

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