Question about Computers & Internet
Having replaced the old USB card with a faster 2.0 PCI card, the computer no longer responds. Taking the card out, it will boot right away.
You may need to install a driver for it first, then power off and snap in the card-be sure it is seated properly
Posted on Sep 13, 2009
Dear user please set your hard drive as a first boot device in BIOS. this will resolve your problem. because your computer is set to USB device as first boot device.
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