Just check to make sure that the CD-ROM drive has all its cords properly attatched. It sounds like there is either a driver conflict of some sort or a power failire in your system causing the BIOS to restart the machine. Check all power cables and if you recently updated the driver to the drive, roll it back. If your problem is still not sorted, try disconnecting the floppy drive or something from the mother board and power, see if the power supply is being overloaded. Or, you may need to simply purchase a new CD-ROM drive, would probabaly be your best bet.
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You can press del or F2 key to go for BIOS then you can go to the BOOT MENU to change the boot device. Select First boot device and change it to the CD-ROM then press on F10 to save the changes. Please restart the computer then your computer boots to CD-ROM.
1. Try to go to the BIOS
2. under the Advance BIOS Features---> go to Boot Device Priority
3. under Boot Device Priority -----> make CDROM as the first boot device
4. let the 2nd and 3rd boot devices as Disabled
5. Press the Esc key
6. Choose the save and Exit option
7. Make sure the cd is in and restart the computer
1. put Motherboard Cd (come with p5rd1vm) in cd/dvd rom. 2. BIOS configure as boot from cdrom. 3. restart machine Motherboard CD boot with press enter 4. command line shows 4 option 5. Select 1st option for exact and proper copy ULi sata driver for winxp. 6. Insert floppy press enter 7.you see d copy procedure. 8.then this floppy insert when winxp setup asking F6 for additional driver.
Step1:Select first boot dives is HDD in bios
Step2:Select second boot device CD-Rom in bios only
Step 3:After that insert the o.s cd in your cd rom
Step 4:Restart your computer and go to setup menu by pressing the right key on your keybaord (Ex:Del key,F2 key...)
continue this prosses you will get sucess.
your motherboard has a packaged CD containing all the drivers needed. after installation of OS (operating system), put the driver CD in your CDROM/DVDROM device. The CD should autorun itself, if not then explore the CD then find "Setup". double click it. if prompted with menus, select best one relating to "Audio"...restart computer after installation and play sound file formats.
P.S. I assume you have Windows Operating system...
if you want too boot your computer when you start computer thne click delete click one or more time and setting screen available. set first boot cdrom option select.. and save satting. and restart. then you are cdrom open and put bootable CD in cdrom and restart computer see bootable your computer..