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Help plz i have tried to load my windows xp into my versa e400 and it keeps coming up non emulation booting can u help.

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  • thehunkster1 Nov 09, 2007

    i have tried to push a button but that dont work is there any other way i can do it.



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Does it say to Press a key to boot from CD? Usually, some drivers are non-emulating the drive. Press a key when it says that message, it should boot, if not. Reply back to me for more detailed help.

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