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First check that all your CD/DVD and Floppy drives are empty. If there's a disk in one of them, take it out and reboot.
If there isn't a disk in one of the drives, switch on as normal and watch the screen, at the bottom you'll get a a message saying something like "Press F2 for boot options or "DEL" for setup".
Then it'll disappear quick as lightning before you get chance to do anything.
So re-boot again, this time pressing the boot options button repeatedly, so you don't miss your chance.
When successful a screen will say choose where you want to boot from. Choose HDD 0 (Your first hard drive) and press enter.
If you want to you can press the DEL key and go into the bios and set up your boot options.
I would suggest you set the boot order to
3) Floppy Drive.
Posted on May 03, 2010
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