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You need to set your Bios setting to read which ever port you want it to read first. You can usually enter your Bios settings by pushing your F2 key when you first start up. (you might want to look at your specific manual first) Once you enter your BIOS, then you can set which port (device) you want first. If you are no longer needing your disk drive to start first (usually set for first installs on new HD) then set your HD on the top of the list. Good Luck.22
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