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I make format c : after setting bios for start cd rom drive after ı touch power button and no start with cd room

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Make sure cd is bootable

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The computer could not make booting from cd . and the window xp which is installed could not continoue to start but it is allways restart in the middle of the process


have you check your bios set up to make first boot as cd room?
press delete or f2 button when the computer start go to booting selection and set first boot to cd room, if you have done this way and still won't boot try to change your cd room or windows cd, it seems your cd room or windows bootable cd is bad, and also try to clear your memory (ram) by erasing your ram from dust by using a pencil eraser, to fix your windows problem without re-install your windows you can try to put your hard drive (which contains windows xp) in another usable computer, make it as secondary master or slave (to do it you can replace cdroom and change with your hard drive) ,after that you can check on my computer tab if your hard drive has detected. check in what drive is your hard drive (for example d)then go to run type cmd, type your drive which contains an error windows (D:) after the path was located to D: (your hard drive that contains an error windows) type chkdsk /f /r then enter, wait till the process done, it will take about 20-30 minuets and it will repair your windows

May 22, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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How to format and instal windows xp to hp compaq d530 desktop pc???????


Hello, just start the computer an while starting (bios post) touch the del or esc or f2 or f4 just try one of theese when you can enter the bios menu then you go to start order and you choose first dvd/cd rom and second hdd0 always go to save it and exit, the computer wil restart then put in the cd/dvd rom drive the windows cd, restart the pc and when it says some thing like push enter to boot from cd/dvd rom then you push on enter and follow the instrucction till the end!
success!

Apr 03, 2011 | HP Compaq d530 SFF PC Desktop

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I re-installed windows and low level formatted the hard drive, and now the bios won't recognize the cd rom drive. I also ran the bios utility that comes with dell... what can I do to fix this problem. I...


Even if you don't have driver for CD-DVD ROM with the Operating System,your BIOS must recognize the CD ROM.Set the BIOS to Default setting and check it recognise now.Check if you have disable anything related to CD ROM in your BIOS. Remove your CD Rom and place it again and check.

Drive light comes because of power supply to the CD-ROM.

If nothing works,Download the firmware update

Here is the download link

ftp://ftp.us.dell.com/rmsd/R104295.EXE

 

Jan 04, 2010 | Dell Inspiron 1000 Notebook

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Shuttle shut down problem


go to BioS set up..

see to it if the CD Rom Drive has been detected..

if Not,,, try to connect again

...back to BIOS SET up

...

if it detect..save it...

then boot the computer until it pop up the windows environment..

double click "my computer " icon

if CD ROM has there..

your computer normally shut down..

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UNABLE TO BOOT FROM WINDOWS XP


First Make sure your cd/dvd rom detected in bios.
For that First open cpu cabinet refix power cable and ide cable to harddisk.
Then check your bootable recovery disk and cd/dvd rom working fine.
When you power up the computer press F1 or F2 or "del" key to enter in bios .
Then go to boot option and set first boot device as your cd/dvd rom then save settings and exit.
Then it boot with disk .
If still not boot then there may be some issue with cd/dvd rom or bootable disk.
Let me know if you need more assistance.
Thanks.

Oct 13, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Weird problem. CPU recognizes the sata, windows will not boot, recycles to start-up over and over. Tried with xp disc to repair, came back as "no hard drive listed. If I changer driver from master to slave...


It is possible that Bios/Cmos battery is not maintaining its charge. You might want to pull the cmos battery & check its voltage with a volt meter. It should retain 3volt DC. If it reads lower than 3v replace the battery. Once replaced you will need to reset all bios settings. If the battery checks out ok than continue.
The soulation to your problem lies within the Bios not your hard disk drive. Set the jumper you moved to slave back to master. Re-connect the SATA data & power connector to the motherboard. Boot up your PC & start pressing the Delete key on your keyboard every two seconds untill the Bios menu opends. (See page 2-14 section 2.3) in your manual.
You can not use your mouse while in the bios. Read page 2-12, section 2.2.1). This will explain how to move about while in the bios. Once the Bios opends you will be at the main menu. If your SATA drive is correctly connected you will see its model number listed there.
If you have two SATA drives connected you should see both. Take note of which is the master SATA1 drive. All SATA drives run as master drives. While in the Bios, SATA drives are shown from top to bottom. First /top drive will be the master drive. Next drive down is considered as slave.
Than open (OnChip SATA controller). Set this to [Native Mode] or to [SATA]. See page 2-16, section 2.3.5
Than open Boot. See page 2-30, section 2.6, Open Boot Device Priority section 2.6.1 Here is where you need to set the boot order.
(The boot order is not set correctly & this is why windows does not see your hard disk drive & showed the message "No hard drive listed").
If you have a floppy disk drive connected to the system set it as,
[1st Boot device]
Change 2nd Boot Device to [CD-ROM]
If you have two CD/DVD-ROM drives in your system make sure you set the Master CD/DVD-ROM here & not the slave CD/DVD-ROM drive.
3rd Boot Device should be the primary [SATA1 drive], connected to SATA1 port on the motherboard. See page 2-30 section 2.6.2
The drive with windows installed shoud be listed as 1st.
Save your changes & exit the bios. Your system will auto re-start.
If you had a working operating system on the drive it should load.

If you need the motherboard manual or drivers you can download them from Asus web site link below;
http://www.asus.com/Search.aspx?SearchKey=P5S800-VM

Cheers!
If you are still having troubles, post your question here.
Mike





Sep 24, 2009 | ASUS P5S800-VM Motherboard

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Os instalation will not load


Hi Dobssand, the most common reason for a CD-ROM (With a Windows CD in it) does not start to load is the motherboard's bios is not set correctly. While in the bios go to the title Boot & enter boot order. This is a common boot order for a PC.
1st boot device = [Floppy disk drive]
2nd boot device = [CD-ROM drive] (Model number of the CD-ROM drive).
3rd boot device = [Primary Hard Disk Drive] (Model number of drive).

Second most common reason is the data cable to the CD-ROM drive is loose or not fully connected either at the CD-ROM or at the motherboard. (Check it).
If you choose not to enter your bios, you can still get the CD-ROM drive to boot the Win CD in this fashion. Load the Win CD into the CD-ROM drive. Power off the system. Than power on the system & start to press the F8 key once every two seconds. Windows "Please select boot device:" window will open. Using your keyboards up & down arrow keys high-light the CD-ROM drive that has the win CD in it & press the enter key. Windows should start to load. If you receive an error message stating windows can not find your hard disk drive. Than you must enter your bios & go to the title Boot. Your hard disk drive is not listed in the boot order section. Worst case! Your hard disk drive may be faulty. Find the manufactures name printed on a large white sticker on once side of the HDD. Go to the manufactures web site & download their drive setup software so you can create a bootable floppy disk. This will allow you to check/test the HDD & format it for a windows installation.

Or is this not the issue you are having?

Good luck!
Mike

Sep 26, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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Help


you need to configure your bios setting by doing so, your 1st boot device must be cd rom. how? upon power-on you need to press the delete button to appear the bios then configure setting as stated above then save and exit. note, cd winxp must be inside cd rom to start your format operation.

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