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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If you are talking about booting from safe mode, you will have to restart the computer. Right before windows load you have to press F8, F4, DEL (usually), and if that does't work. Research the user guide for the correct function key.
Posted on Oct 07, 2011
The fact that you installed a new hard disk may be the issue ..If it is a sata hard drive you will need a raid or driver for it ..or something like that ..or just go to bios and select the bus for the hard drive to work in native mode (or ide ) ..and install the operation system ..
If you installed it ..but you also have the other one ..make sure they are compatible ..and also go to bios and select the one with the operation system as first boot device ...
There can be the possibility that your ram memory is not supported well ...make sure even if it fits ..that the value of the frequency written on it is not larger than the one your motherboard supports ..usually it have to be the same or smaller ..if it is larger it may be casing problems ..Usually restarts and blue-screens ..or not booting at all ..
In case you just changed the hard disk ..and the memory ..and you got rid of the other hard disk ..than you need to install the operation system ..make sure you get a boot-able disk ..and install it from scratch ..and if you use a sata hard disk ..try to load the raid driver or the ahci on the start (when the installing system asks for them or says to press a key for to install as 3rd party ) ..or go to bios and disable the raid for it ..and enable it back after inatalling it in native mode.. load driver and restart ..
I basically try to say that your hard disk may need a raid driver for to be seen ..and if it does not have a operation system on ..it needs to be installed.
you may also use the old hdd if it has an operation system on it ..and install windows from it ..but on a new partition on this new hard disk ..after that remove the old one ..or format and use as storage ..
Posted on Jan 08, 2012
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