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Setting Boot from CD. No setting in BIOS Advanced for doing it.

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Windows 8 Gateway desktop trying to load Win7. I


Hi
You can try with Free Boot Managers and Multi-Boot Loaders you can find lot of free stuff available in online. So download and follow the instructions.
OSL2000 is an advanced multi boot manager you can install multiple OS in a Single PC.

Hope this will be helpful

Have a good day.

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NANDU

Aug 28, 2013 | Gateway SX2865-UR11P Desktop Black

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My computer wont boot correctly


won't boot at all?
it's probably the BIOS settings
go to the BIOS settings by pressing F8 or DEL
go to advanced settings
look for "boot device priority" or something like that
set the first priority device as your harddisk
save & exit,restart,happy computing

the "boot device priority" maybe not placed on advanced setting,each BIOS has different interfaces,just look for something like that,it's easy

Aug 22, 2012 | Gateway NV53A24u Laptop

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Gigabyte G41MT-S2P can't boot on cd/dvd rom (installing win7)


If both the HDD and the CD/DVD drive contain bootable devices, the BIOS will usually ask just before starting the HDD boot, while still on the black screen, "Press any key to boot from CD". If you don't watch for this (it's usually at the very bottom or top of the screen), then the system will boot to the HDD.

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I have hp compaq nx 9020 and I installed linux as my only os, but now I want to change my os to xp but bios says "no boot file name recived" how to fix this?


It seems as if you have some of your boot priorities out of skew, specifically having booting through your network connection as a higher priority. In order to fix this, you need to go into your bios settings and rearrange the boot settings so that booting from LAN is either disabled or not the top priority and making booting from CD or HDD the top priority.

May 23, 2011 | HP Computers & Internet

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How to reformat and install windows xp?


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n0cop_am1WM

May 02, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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I have installed a SATA SH-S223C on a computer with Windows XP. But now when I try to boot the computer, it freezes on the Windows boot screen until I open the CD tray. Then it will continue on to the...


Do you have any CD in the tray, first would be to remove the disc if present as boot from CD would be first option in BIOS.
Get into the BIOS by pressing the appropriate key some systems it is the DEL key or F2. In bios select Advanced Bios Features.

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Select Advanced Bios Features
Hard Disk boot priority,
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Select "Bootable add in cards" with keyboard and keep pressing + until it is in the first location.

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Set first boot device as Hard Disk and then save and exit BIOS.
F10 is shortcut to do this.

If you need to boot from CD next time just change first boot device to CDROM.

Jan 25, 2011 | Samsung SHS223C 22x Internal DVD±RW...

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How can i change first boot device cd rom to dvd rom


Hi,

To change your boot device you must change the setting in you BIOS.

To do this restart your computer and press delete repeatedly.
When you are in the BIOS search for Boot Priority within the different tabs.
To set you DVD Drive as the boot device make sure it replaces the CD Drive.
Set the DVD Drive as the first priority and your Hard drive as the second boot priority.
Save the settings and exit.

This will enable you to boot from your DVD Drive if a bootable disc is present in the drive.

Let me know if this solution was helpful!

Regards

Nov 30, 2010 | Gigabyte GA-8ST800 Motherboard

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I just bought an little Hannspree SN10E288 with Linux. I can not install XP because all the partitions are unknown for Windows.What can I do for it.


Try the following, You need a bootable Windows CD/DVD for this
(1)Set your BIOS setting to boot from CD/DVD ROM first (before the Hard Disk or any other media)
(2)In order to set this priority resart your computer and as the first any information appears on screen start pressing "F2" and "DEL" keys swiftly and alternatively. A new screen appears....
(3)Look for "boot priority" and take the CD/DVD drive on top of the list. You need to experiment this a little because every PC BIOS has a different format to make these settings
(4) Insert your bootable Windows CD/DVD in your computer and boot from it.
(5)You will be asked to Press any key to boot from CD.......
(6)Press any key
(7)The Windows installation screen will appear.
(8)In the setup carefully select delete and select the partition where you want to install Windows.
You should have adequate space for Windows.
(9) Be careful do not touch the partition where the Linux is installed
(10) Once you have deleted the partition carefully Format it or make a Quick format.
(11)After that your Windows installation should start.
The rest is very intuitive......
Good luck!

Oct 06, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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I have a Gateway 507 GR Windows XP Home Edition. Windows does not load/Boot, Error message "Not found or corupt. I can hit I think it is F-2 or F-12 (I forget) and go to the BIOS settings, and try and...


to go to bios setting either u can hit F2 or F1 key. then u change the boot priority. set it to cd-rom device.
after that u can boot from any bootable cd.

for your operating system problem, boot from the xp bootable cd after setting boot priority, and then repair or reinstall your operating system. some files might have been corrupted.

Mar 01, 2010 | Gateway 507GR PC Desktop

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Reset bios


There's no need to reset your BIOS, only you do is to set in your BIOS Setup to boot priority like for example First Boot Priority is your CD/DVD Rom Drive, if you got some Bootable System Disc then the Second Boot Priority is your Hard Disk Drive. Good luck!

Jul 26, 2009 | Compaq tc4200 Tablet PC

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