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Re: notebook won't start
Press the key F1 or F2 or F10 or DELETE when you try to restart your computer before 5 seconds that will open the BIOS page so go to boot order and change it instead of start with cd flopy hard drive put the hard drive first save it and restart the computer it have to work good un less there is a problem with your hard drive or windows software if that is the case restart the computer and press F8 before 5 seconds and you'll see black page with the next options last know good config and save mode click on last an then restart the computer if does not work try save mode of you can acces tue hard drive that means bad windows software if not bad hard drive
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You will need a WinXP CD....
insert the CD and re-boot...
if boot seq is not set to boot from CD change it
restart PC...immediatly press either (F1, F2, Del) key to got to BIOS menu....
look for boot seq,
change the 1st boot dev to CD/DVd rom
save and exit BIOS menu
let the PC boot from CD
follow on screen inst...to reapir the OS or reinstall OS
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All your doing in the bios is changing the boot up sequence to the drives?. If it was FN key and F5 similtaneously then Im baffled. In my machine its the FN and F4 together or at the same time and the screen goes back and forwards or both stay on.