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Big Buck Safari Loading please wait, never loads. Reinserted DVD and loaded hard drive again. Computer chevcks out. Notice the Bios does not show USB Device or USB zip has selection! It does reconize

Bios does not show USB device to select order of booting. Deli computer 330. Does the game require the boot from usb then hard drive to get going?

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Reimage the hard drive by opening the DVD drive door and inserting the recovery disk, which is obtainable from a distributor such as Betson in the US. Close the DVD drive door and power the game off then on again. Follow any on-screen instructions as the software installs. If this procedure fails or the game still gives trouble, you may have a failing hard drive. You could attempt replacement yourself if you feel up to it, or alternatively send the entire computer unit to a distributor or specialist dealer for testing and possible repair as necessary.

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probably need to reload the software using the restore disc

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Good day!

That question is exactly on my expertise because I'm arcade and amusement technician.

If your arcade is auto shut-off or reset this thing you have to do.

  1. Go to the back of the machine and open the back cover to reveal the internal parts.
  2. Try to look at the power supply board.
  3. Plug-in and power it ON to perform voltage data.
  4. Check the 5vdc on the power supply and on the input voltage of the board using multimeter tester (range in DC).
  5. It should have 5.10vdc,if the voltage is less than 5.10 adjust the voltage trimmer located on the power supply board.
  6. After you adjust the voltage,you have to reboot the machine by powering off and after 10 seconds power it on again.
I hope this solution will be helpful.Thank you and good luck.

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How do I unlock the Bios on an Acer ES-1 111M Laptop


To boot from a CD, DVD or USB device, make sure that the device has boot sequence priority over the hard drive.

BIOS Boot

BIOS (Basic Input Output Subsystem) is a programmable chip that controls how information is passed to various devices in the computer system. A typical method to access the BIOS settings screen is to press ESC, F1, F2, F8 or F10 during the boot sequence.
BIOS settings allow you to run a boot sequence from a floppy drive, a hard drive, a CD-ROM drive or an external device. You may configure the order that your computer searches these physical devices for the boot sequence.
The first device in the order list has the first boot priority. For example, to boot from a CD-ROM drive instead of a hard drive, place the CD-ROM drive ahead of the hard drive in priority.
Before you set boot priority for a USB device, plug the device into a USB port.
To specify the boot sequence:
  1. Start the computer and press ESC, F1, F2, F8 or F10 during the initial startup screen. Depending on the BIOS manufacturer, a menu may appear.
  2. Choose to enter BIOS setup. The BIOS setup utility page appears.
  3. Use the arrow keys to select the BOOT tab. System devices appear in order of priority.
  4. To give a CD or DVD drive boot sequence priority over the hard drive, move it to the first position in the list.
  5. To give a USB device boot sequence priority over the hard drive, do the following:
    • Move the hard drive device to the top of the boot sequence list.
    • Expand the hard drive device to display all hard drives.
    • Move the USB device to the top of the list of hard drives.
  6. Save and exit the BIOS setup utility.
  7. The computer will restart with the changed settings.

Boot Priority Options

Some computer manufacturers allow you to select the device that contains the boot sequence from a special device selection menu. The example below uses a Dell system board.
To set boot priority using a device selection menu:
  1. When the computer starts to boot up, after the manufacturer's ID screen, press F12 several times. The device selection menu appears.
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You might want to boot from a USB device, like an external hard drive or a flash drive, for many different reasons.
When you boot from a USB device, what you're actually doing is running your computer with the operating system that's installed on the USB device. When you start your computer normally, you're running with the operating system installed on your hard drive - Windows, Linux, etc.

How To Boot From a USB Device
Change the BIOS boot order so the USB device option is listed first. The BIOS is rarely setup this way by default.
If the USB boot option is not first in the boot order, your PC will start "normally" (i.e. boot from your hard drive) without even looking at any boot information that might be on your USB device.
Tip: The BIOS on most computers list the USB boot option as USB or Removable Devices but some confusingly list it as a Hard Drive option, so be sure to dig around if you're having trouble finding the right one to choose.
Note: After setting your USB device as the first boot device, your computer will check it for boot information each time your PC starts. Leaving your computer configured this way shouldn't cause problems unless you plan on leaving the bootable USB device attached all the time.
Attach the USB device to your computer via any available USB port.
Note: Creating a bootable flash drive or configuring an external hard drive as bootable is a task in itself. Chances are you made it to my instructions here because you know whatever USB device you have should be bootable after properly configuring BIOS.

  • Restart your computer.
  • Watch for a Press any key to boot from external device... message.
  • On some bootable devices, you may be prompted with a message to press a key before the computer will boot to the flash drive or other USB device.
  • If you do nothing, your computer will check for boot information on the next boot device in the list in BIOS (see Step 1) which will probably be your hard drive.
Note: Most of the time when trying to boot to a USB device there is no key-press prompt. The USB boot process usually starts immediately.

  • Your computer should now boot from the flash drive or USB based external hard drive.

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You didn't give much detail as to what happened, but I will suggest what I can. It sounds like you have a corrupted partition which may give you a chance to pull that data off the drive. After your data is saved delete the partition and reformat.
>First, if you have a USB cable connection, exchange the USB cable for another; I have seen bad cables do this.
>The second thing to try is to access your drive from outside Windows; use the link HERE to download Reatogo. Reatogo is a program that loads from your DVD drive and by-passes Windows and loads into memory. You can then "see" your hard drive and attempt to access your data. It has a Windows XP screen so it is easy to navigate around in. So, do this:
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>Reboot with the CD in the DVD drive; this takes a long time to load so be patient. You may think the load has stalled, but it hasn't. When finished loading, you will see a duplicate of the Windows XP desktop, and your hard drive will be listed. Click on it, and if the hard drive is still working you will see your C:\ directory. Plug in a flash drive, locate your data, and drag & drop it onto the flash drive..
If that doesn't work, post back for additional things to try.
Wish you the best!

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When start my laptop, get an error msg. "Grab loading 1.5, please wait.. grab loading error 17. and i can not boot from cd / dvd too..in HP nx9010. Plz help me.


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How do you wipe a computer with windows xp, without the cd or a floppy. there has to be a way to use a usb. (computer wont boot passed welcome screen). don't need to save xp either.


If your system supports it you can go into your Bios (right when computer starts booting up you press (usually "Delete" key) to enter Bios setup.
In the Bios you go to Boot devices, any devices set up for booting will show in a list in numerical order, this order is the order your system gives preference for booting. Most times you will see your hard drive and your cd drive already there. Select the first one and open the pop up menu for it (on the right side of the screen it should tell you what key to hit to change the value), if your USB device is there then select it to be your first boot device. Then hit the key for that 'Exits and Saves Changes' (usually F10). This exits Bios and starts your system booting up again.

Before you boot up though you need to have your memory stick set up with either Windows Install files (i.e. burning the windows install disc to your usb device) or format your USB device to be a boot disc (this will only then allow you to boot to a DOS prompt though and you would still need the Windows files)

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Would you kindly rate my answer please if this has helped resolve the problem - thanks :)

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