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I am trying to boot from CD with no luck. I have changed the boot order in the bios, still no dice.

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  • smich539 Jul 19, 2009

    I changed the boot order now I am getting a "02B0:diskette drive A error.I don't believe this computer has a disk drive.

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Try to check your first boot it must be your cd is your first boot then the second is your hard drive then save and exit. try to reboot your machine then hit anykey to your cdrom ok. thanks.

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