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When turning pc gives mansaje "a bootable device has not be in detected" and does not load operating system which is Windows vista, I hope to enter the bios and set differently so to manipulate the problem.This is presented in a D36265-503 intel motherboard

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If you have put a Windows system disc in your dvd drive, then re boot your pc should find your cd then say press enter, but if it's stopping before you get there, an error has occured. Did you hear 2 beeps(not together) Go back into the bios and go into the 'standard cmos settings' and at the bottom you will see a line saying 'halt on all errors'. Also check that your HD drives are listed as they should be; and not an old drive, if you have changed your drive that is. Dissable this and save settings and try booting again to your dvd drive.

Posted on Oct 25, 2006

SOURCE: Reseting the BIOS on eMachines 270

brand and type of ur mobo, in moust of the time a restore to factory defaults is the solution, or go to hardware monitor and disable the fan speed  sensor, or check on the mobo that the cpu fan conector is in the right place, if this will not fix le't me to know

Posted on Oct 18, 2007

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SOURCE: BIOS settings to boot from bootable USB Key

Hello
Here is a link for your motharboard manual

ftp://download.intel.com/design/motherbd/mv/A6514501.pdf


Your needs are in page 113
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Posted on Apr 08, 2008

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SOURCE: Unable to boot from USB fey on D850MV Motherboard

Download updated bios here

follow instructions carefully to update bios

use the F8 key right after power up to select boot device.

Posted on May 10, 2008

SOURCE: New Motherboard Problem Pleasee help

Great info furnished, were you doing a VISTA UPGRADE or a separate full install to have a dual boot system.
For now-to get up and running reinstall XP via the CD

Posted on Jun 22, 2008

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Emachines screen says no bootable device insert boot disk. I have no boot disk


This error indicates that the system is not able to find a boot-able device to load the Operating System. It could be something as simple as a disconnected hard drive, or it could even be a corrupt hard drive.

You can check if the hard disk is being detected in the BIOS. The key to enter BIOS in E-machines systems are Tab, Del or F2.

If the hard disk is being detected in the BIOS, it could be a faulty hard disk. You can try booting from the recovery partition by pressing Alt+F10 when starting up the computer. If you're able to get into the Recovery Partition, you can try a recovery, but you might lose all your data. If you're not even able to get into the Recovery Partition, you'll need to get the Windows disc for installing the Operating System again.

You can refer to these links for further information:
http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Operating-Systems-and-Software/No-bootable-device-insert-boot-disc-and-press-any-key-error/td-p/151244/page/3

http://superuser.com/questions/119307/how-do-i-boot-to-the-recovery-partition-on-an-emachines-d620-notebook


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May 05, 2014 | Computers & Internet

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Boot device not found, insert a boot disk and press any key


The "no bootable devices found" error can create headaches, as well as occasional heartache if you're a laptop user. This error appears when your computer is unable to find a device or file required for normal operation. It could indicate one of three issues: hard drive failure, software error or motherboard malfunction. Any of these potential problems can render your laptop useless. Hard drive failure or software errors can lead to data loss, which can cause anguish and catastrophe, depending on the files business information, family photos, student projects at risk.
Hard Drive Failure
The interior of a hard drive is akin to a turntable. Most hard drives contain two to three discs, known as platters, which are similar to records. These platters are read and written on by a tiny needle called the read/write head, similar to the arm and needle on a turntable. When a hard drive functions properly, the platters spin and the read/write head accesses the files necessary to boot your computer. Improper function of any of these physical pieces can cause a mechanical failure and result in the "no bootable devices" error. Software Error
In rare instances, a software problem more specifically, a particularly nasty virus may cause the "no bootable devices" error.
Most often, if a virus attacks and corrupts your system, your computer can still detect the hard drive and operating system, and you'll see some attempt at a normal boot.
If a virus attacks certain system and startup files, however, they may not be detectable next time you boot your computer, thus causing you to see "no bootable devices."
This may also happen if you are manually deleting files from your computer and accidentally delete system files.
Motherboard
Sometimes individual components of your laptop's motherboard malfunction, which can cause problems ranging from loss of wireless capabilities to inability to detect an external power source.
If the components that detect your hard drive fail, your laptop is unable to receive signals from the hard drive and therefore may display the "no bootable devices" error.
Repair
Fixing a "no bootable devices" error can prove costly.
If motherboard failure caused the error, you're probably better off purchasing a new laptop; unless it's under warranty; the average motherboard replacement costs $250 to $500.
You can reinstall your operating system to resolve software errors, which is fairly inexpensive by computer repair standards, costing $80 to $130 dollars, but this step may also overwrite your existing data.
In some cases, data may prove so badly corrupted it's not salvageable.
If you can recover it, however, that raises your repair costs. additional fee.
If hard drive failure caused your "no bootable devices" error, you can replace the drive.
If you need to recover data from a malfunctioning hard drive, send it to a clean room for recovery.
In a clean room, technicians disassemble your hard drive and image each platter; this kind of data recovery is extremely expensive, costing up to $2000 depending on the work involved.
Prevention
There is no way to guarantee you will never receive a "no bootable devices" error, but there are some steps you can take to help prevent it from happening.
Keep your laptop on a flat surface when using it, and avoid any bumps that may cause the hard drive's read/write mechanism to lock up.
Avoid transporting your laptop while the hard drive is active; turn your computer off while traveling.
Additionally, regularly run an anti-malware program to catch and remove viruses or spyware before they cause system problems.
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HP laptop no bootable devices found
Turn on your HP laptop with Windows Vista or Windows 7 and press the "Esc" key repeatedly to access the startup Menu. Press "F10" to access the BIOS.
Press "F9" to restore the BIOS to its default settings. Press "Enter" to verify that you want to restore the BIOS default settings.
Press "F10" to save your changes and exit the BIOS. Press "Enter" to confirm that you want to save the BIOS changes and continue booting up the laptop.
HP Hard Disk Test
Hold the Power button down for 15 seconds when the laptop is turned on to turn off the laptop.
Press the Power button again to turn on the laptop and press the "Esc" key repeatedly to access the startup Menu.
Press "F2" to access the System Diagnostics.
Click "Hard Disk Test" to begin testing the hard drive.
If "Pass" is displayed after all of the tests then the program fixed the error.
If "Fail" is displayed after any of the tests, proceed to Section 3 if you are using Windows Vista and Section 4 if you are using Windows 7.
Recover Windows Vista Factory Settings
Click "Start," "All Programs," "Recovery Manager" and "Recovery Manager" again to open the HP Recovery Manager.
Click "Advanced Options," then click "System Recovery" and "Next."
The laptop will restart and will boot up to the HP Recovery Manager.
Click "System Recovery" and click "Next."
Click "No" when asked if you want to use Microsoft System Restore and click "Next."
Select "Recover without backing up your files" and click "Next."
Click "Next" to begin the recovery process.
When the process is finished the laptop will restart and boot to the Windows Vista setup screen.
Recover Windows 7 Factory Settings
Click "Start," "All Programs," "Recovery Manager" and "Recovery Manager" again to open the HP Recovery Manager.
Click "System Recovery."
The laptop will restart and will boot to HP Recovery Manager. Click "System Recovery," then click "Next."
Click "No" when asked if you want to use Microsoft System Restore and click "Next."
Click "Recover without backing up your files" and click "Next."
Click "Next" to begin the recovery process.
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Intel DQ965GF Motherboard won't load WIN OS (WINXPPro volume disk or Win7) tho an old Dell disk did load. Is there a fix? Thz


Hello here is the homepage:

http://downloadcenter.intel.com/SearchResult.aspx?lang=eng&ProductFamily=Desktop+Boards&ProductLine=Intel%C2%AE+965+Express+Chipset+Family+Boards&ProductProduct=Intel%C2%AE+Desktop+Board+DQ965GF

Windows 7 is not a supported system, but you can use the drivers from the vista system, but only the 32 bit.

Turn on or restart your computer and watch for a message during the post about a particular key, usually Del or F2, that you'll need to press to ...enter SETUP. Press this key as soon as you see the message.

After the post, BIOS will attempt to boot from the first device listed in the boot order.You need to change that, so the first boot device in the list is the dvd drive. If that device is not bootable, BIOS will attempt to boot from the second device listed, and so on.

Note: The boot order is a BIOS setting so it's OS independent. In other words, it doesn't matter if you have Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Linux, or any other PC operating system on your hard drive or other bootable device, these boot sequence change instructions will still apply.

Here is how you do this:

http://www.hiren.info/pages/bios-boot-cdrom

But ofcourse there could be a problem with the dvd drive or harddrive.

To install windows 7, you will need at least 1 gb ram or more, and a dual core cpu.

Best of luck

Feb 12, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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I have a Dell Inspiron 1525 and when I turn it on it tells me NO BOOTABLE DEVICE DETECTED This happen one other time and I rebooted my computer and it came back on but it did not work this time what can I...


NO BOOTABLE DEVICE When the PC cannot see a boot file/disk on either the hard disk or floppy drive it gives an error message "No bootable device. Insert boot disk and press any key"
There may be a hard disk problem.
Check the BIOS to see if the hard disk is detected, if not open the case and re-seat the hard drive and also where it connects to the motherboard.
If it still gives this error message and the BIOS does not detect this hard drive, then the hard drive is probably faulty.

To get the computer operating again, install a new hard drive in your computer and then install Windows on this hard drive plus the computer's device drivers and your programs.

Sep 16, 2012 | Dell Inspiron 1525 Notebook

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No booable device can't retrieve windows 7


not sure what you are referring to no bootable device whether you want to load an operating system if yes

During the boot process you will see on the screen to press a certain key to enter setup usually the Delete or the F2 key


Press and hold that key during the boot up process to enter BIOS the using arrow key scroll down to advanced bios features press enter change your first boot device to cd,press escape then press f10 to save to cmos to restart

note this will erase you operating system you will have to have an operating system disk to load it onto you hard drive or create a partition to load another operating system

(note after you have loaded the operating system you should go back and change the first boot device to your failsafe or optimized defaults)
after windows has loaded

your computer will automatically restart it might restart 2 times one to finish the installation
the next will be because the operating system is loaded and will boot from your cd

during the boot process you will see on the screen to press a certain key to enter setup
Press and hold that key during the boot up process to enter BIOS using the arrow keys load

failsafe defaults or load optimized defaults press escape then press f10 to save to cmos to restart
otherwise it will keep booting from the cd /dvd drive

hope this helps

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Black screen on start up with blinking cursor


Chances are, the operating system is corrupt.

Solution 1
1. Restart the computer, before entering the windows, press F8 to open the Windows Advanced Options Menu.
2. To enter the windows, select Last Known Good Configuration - enter. If that fails, repeat the process, select the Directory services restore mode. If that fails, repeat the process, select the Debugging mode.
3. After successfully entering the windows, press START - All programs - Accessories - System Tools - System Restore. Restore to a date when the computer is in normal condition.

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Solution 2 (if the above solution fails)
Repair windows operating system with a bootable CD

Windows XP
1. Insert the bootable operating system CD, and restart
2. Perform booting from the CD room - Enter
3. Press enter - F8 - press R to repair the operating system
4. Wait until the process is complete. Finish


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Windows Vista or Seven
1. Insert the bootable operating system CD, and restart
2. Perform booting from the CD room - Enter
3. Select Repair your computer - System Restore. If that fails, repeat the process 1, 2
4. Select Repair your computer - CompletePC restore. Restore a computer from CompletePC Backup Image.


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Solution 3 (only for Win XP)
When done repair the operating system, drive C is detected: unknown or not formatted, it means the C drive for bad sectors.

To fix hard disk bad sectors, use the software HDD Regenerator bootable CD.

Nov 23, 2011 | Toshiba Computers & Internet

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My laptop after a system restore went wrong.. Vista wouldnt boot up and i couldnt get into the recovery partition.. its still there along with my vista program i installed xp... but really wan5t to gegt...


Your laptop normally comes with a 'bootable' recovery media (CD/DVD) for exactly the reason you mentionned of corrupted Operating system.

In addition, original Windows Operating System Installation Disks are also normally bootable and can also be used to recover from corrupted installations.

Please keep in mind that when you switch Operating Systems, you need to have, on hand, the correct O/S Drivers for your specific device.

Hope it helps.

May 15, 2011 | Acer Aspire 7720 Notebook

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The problem is my emachine laptop does not want to start up it is asking me a boot decives wch l dont have, the model for my emachines is E525, where can l get the boot device?


It is asking you for a bootable drive or device.
Your windows OS is your main bootable device, if it is not booting, you must have a error in your windows installation.
Other bootable devices can be your Windows CD, or a USB drive with some bootable media on it.
Try tapping F8 when you turn your PC on, it will give you the option to boot into safe mode, or may also give you repair / restore options.
Try booting into safe mode and do a system restore

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I have an image file ''win 7'' downloadedit, i want to burn it in DVD bootable to install in my pc, i have tried with nero, magic iso, imgburn but when i restart my pc, it doesn't start from cd and i can...


Ignoring the suspicion that any "downloaded" image of Windows 7 probably is a "bootleg" copy of copyrighted software ......................

Restart your computer, and immediately press DEL to enter BIOS SETUP mode.
Reconfigure your "boot devices" to make the CD/DVD reader the *FIRST* bootable device.
Save the updated configuration, and reboot with the disk inserted into the reader.

Or, try the disk on another computer.

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