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I want to change the boot order in my jetway motherboard from cd

I want to install win 8

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Re start your pc then while the pc is boot press control alt delete . then it will go to bios set up . then select first boot set up to cd .

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You need to change the boot "boot from cd" to Boot from HDD"
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