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Motherboard welcome screen is not visible... OS loading problem and after several effort setup screen is not coming and  message flashed that Disk Boot failure insert disk. When tries several times Intel welcome screen not coming and current is also tripping right now and from few days system is getting restarted .

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You have been caught by bios virus try to update your bios and then try to load windows it will work

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How to boot with usb flash drive. detailed please, I'm trying to many diff ways nothing working, bios is the only thing on comp.

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I got a grey screen flashing a folder and other symbols on my IMAC OS X 10.5

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When I turned on my PC this morning, I saw as the bios info screen loaded then the screen went black. Then when a new screen loaded, it flashed the screen, then went black again. Any idea what the problem...

Probably a problem with the OS itself. I would recommend putting in your OS cd (the one that came with the computer. And restart, select the option to repair OS (or says something to that effect). This may fix the problem. If it does not try another monitor, see if it is monitor specific (I dont think so, it sounds like it is an OS problem)

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Dfi-64 tc problems. i just to install xp (before was windows millenium )now each time when xp load appears a message saying that bus ide drivers does not installed but when i run the drivers disc...

when a person goes install windows xp they encounter the problem of not being able to find any hard disk drives installed as if they weren't connected. The hard drive is detected with no problem in the BIOS and also on start up POST, able to boot up Linux Live CDs but the hard drive is just not being detected in Windows setup. Here is the exact error message.
Setup did not find any hard disk drives installed in your computer.
Make sure any hard disk drives are powered on and properly connected to your computer, and that any disk-related hardware configuration is correct. This may involve running a manufacturer-supplied diagnostic or setup program.
Setup cannot continue. To quit Setup, press F3.This problem is quite a common one and is simply due to the fact that when Windows XP was created, the SATA chipset itself and SATA hard drives weren't available to the masses, so support for it wasn't included in the XP setup process. As most computers within the last decade or so have some form of SATA controller, if you try to install Windows onto a SATA drive, XP won't recognize it because the drivers aren't present on the installation disc, so they need to be loaded manually for the drive to be picked up.
Thankfully there are a few ways to get around this problem and enable Windows XP to be installed onto a SATA hard drive so you can enjoy the extra performance and other functions like hotplug/AHCI etc. Setting the BIOS Correctly
The first and mos obvious method is to change the SATA Mode to IDE in the system BIOS. Most BIOS's for several years have included a fallback mode to enable a SATA drive to behave like an IDE drive, and therefore makes it visible to XP during setup. The problem with this setting is it comes under several different names and can be found in different sections within the BIOS. It depends entirely on the computer or motherboard's make, model and manufacturer to know which setting you have and where it is. If you have a manual, it's certainly worth reading.
The most obvious thing to look for is a setting which can change the SATA controller to IDE or PATA mode, with options such as AHCI -> IDE or SATA/RAID -> IDE etc. Basically any option you come across to reduce the SATA/RAID mode to IDE/PATA should be the correct one. Don't confuse this option with a similar one which will disable the SATA controller completely. Here's some names we found it could be under in a few motherboard manuals we looked at:
Integrated Peripherals > SATA Devices Configuration > SATA Mode > [IDE]
Integrated Peripherals > Serial ATA Function > Base
Storage Configuration > SATA Mode Selection > Emulated PATA Mode
SATA Configuration > SATA Configuration [Enhanced] > Configure SATA as > IDE
Integrated Peripherals > South OnChip PCI Device > SATA Controller > IDE Mode
Using a Floppy Disk
If you're unable to change RAID mode to IDE or disable SATA in the BIOS, then the next option would be to download SATA/RAID drivers from your motherboard manufacturer's website, extract the drivers to a floppy disk and then insert the floppy into your computer during Windows XP installation. This method obviously gets around the problem of XP not having the drivers on the install CD by you providing them manually.
Windows XP setup won't recognize USB flash drives, so you need to have an internal floppy drive available, many USB floppy drives will also work though. As you can see in the image below, it clearly states that the SATA RAID driver is for use on floppy drives. You need to make sure any drivers you download are explicitly designed for putting onto a floppy and not a generic driver, usually the file will be around 1MB or lower which is a good sign it's likely to be the correct driver.
Insert the Windows XP CD and boot it up. You should see a message that says "Press any key to boot from CD..." Simply hit any key and it'll start to boot from CD. Pay attention to the next blue colored windows setup screen. When you see a message that says "Press F6 if you need to install a third party SCSI or RAID driver..." at the bottom, immediately hit the F6 key.
After loading some files, you will come to a screen that says the following:
Setup could not determine the type of one or more mass storage devices installed in your system, or you have chosen to manually specify an adapter. Currently, Setup will load support for the following mass storage devices(s):
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It went to welcome screen and after i typed in my password, got a black screen that says insert disk and press F1 or press F2 and something about setup.

This happens whenever one closes any installation prematurely. Insert the disk then properly cancel or complete the setup and restart the computer you wont get this message.

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Trying to load xp os. setup runs but after

May be problem on RAM or HDD you can change any one or fix it.

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PATA boot problem

Did you set the boot options to boot from the PATA drive? Did you set the port mode to legacy IDE? Did you try to let the BIOS determine the type of drive?

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Cannot start up

Do you have a copy of your OS disk:

Try This:

insert your Windows XP Setup CD, and restart your computer. 1.
When the Press any key to boot from CD message is displayed on your screen, press a key to start your computer from the Windows XP CD.
Press ENTER when you see the message To setup Windows XP now, and then press ENTER displayed on the Welcome to Setup screen.
Do not choose the option to press R to use the Recovery Console.
In the Windows XP Licensing Agreement, press F8 to agree to the license agreement.
Make sure that your current installation of Windows XP is selected in the box, and then press R to repair Windows XP.
Follow the instructions on the screen to complete Setup.

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Os loading

go to the bios , change the hard disk support from native to legacy

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Motherboard welcome screen is not visible on booting and pmain problem is after installation an OS it is not accessible

There is a problem with your hard drive. Either it is faulty and cannot be accessed or it is not in your BIOS boot sequence.

When it is starting, go into the bios settings and verify that the first boot device is set to your hard drive. If it is and still does the problem, then your hard drive is faulty and needs replaced.


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