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I have to get into bios settingsto select option boot order or something similar and also to make cd drive my first startup device in basic input output systems how do i get in to do this

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Try hitting del key while booting to go to bios

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My satellite Toshiba L875D-s7230 says bootmgr is missing press ctrl alt and delete to restart and does nothing


Which operating you are using?
Method 1: Run Startup Repair from Windows Recovery Environment (WinRE) To run Startup Repair from the Windows Recovery Environment (WinRE), follow these steps:
  1. Insert the Windows installation disc into the disc drive, and then start the computer.
  2. Press a key when the messagePress any key to boot from CD or DVDappears.
    If your PC does not detect the media automatically
    1. During the restart process, read the screen for any instructions that explain how to interrupt normal startup and enter the basic input/output system (BIOS) setup utility. Most PCs use the F2, F10, ESC, or DEL key to begin the BIOS Setup.
    2. Look for a tab in the BIOS Setup Utility that is labeledBoot Order,Boot Options, orBoot. Following the directions on the screen, use the arrow keys to go to theBoot Order, then press Enter.
    3. Locate the CD, DVD, or USB flash drive (this might be called Removable Device) in the Boot list. Following the directions on the screen, use the arrow keys to move the drive up so that it appears first in the Boot list. Press Enter. The boot order sequence is now changed to boot from the CD, DVD, or USB flash drive.
    4. Press F10 to save your changes and to exit the BIOS Setup Utility. SelectYes in the confirmation window. The PC will restart.
  3. Select a language, a time and a currency, a keyboard or input method, and then clickNext.
  4. ClickRepair your computer.
  5. In theSystem Recovery Optionsdialog box, select the drive of your Windows installation, and then clickNext.
  6. At theSystem Recovery Optionsdialog box, clickRepair your computer.
  7. Click the operating system that you want to repair, and then clickNext.
  8. In theSystem Recovery Optionsdialog box, clickStartup Repair.
Method 2: Rebuild the boot configuration data (BCD) from Windows Recovery Environment (WinRE)
  1. Put the Windows installation disc in the disc drive, and then start the computer.
  2. Press a key when the messagePress any key to boot from CD or DVDappears.
    If your PC does not detect the media automatically
    1. During the restart process, read the screen for any instructions that explain how to interrupt normal startup and enter the basic input/output system (BIOS) setup utility. Most PCs use the F2, F10, ESC, or DEL key to begin the BIOS Setup.
    2. Look for a tab in the BIOS Setup Utility that is labeledBoot Order,Boot Options, orBoot. Following the directions on the screen, use the arrow keys to go to theBoot Order, then press Enter.
    3. Locate the CD, DVD, or USB flash drive (this might be called Removable Device) in the Boot list. Following the directions on the screen, use the arrow keys to move the drive up so that it appears first in the Boot list. Press Enter. The boot order sequence is now changed to boot from the CD, DVD, or USB flash drive.
    4. Press F10 to save your changes and to exit the BIOS Setup Utility. SelectYesin the confirmation window. The PC will restart. Allow the PC to restart normally. The scan will take a few minutes and remove any malware that may be infecting your computer.
  3. Select a language, a time, a currency, a keyboard or another input method, and then clickNext.
  4. ClickRepair your computer.
  5. Click the operating system that you want to repair, and then clickNext.
  6. In theSystem Recovery Optionsdialog box, clickCommand Prompt.
  7. TypeBootrec /RebuildBcd, and then pressENTER.


Jan 20, 2017 | Toshiba Computers & Internet

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Using Recovery CD's to Start Over!

***WARNING: ALL FILES WILL BE LOST WHEN PERFORMING THIS!!! PLEASE MAKE SURE ALL FILES ARE BACKED UP!!!***


1. If you have all of the Recovery Disks (Operating System Disk, Software Disk, Driver Disk) shipped with the system, you need to first put the Operating System Recovery disk in the CD or DVD ROM (the one that says the Windows Operating System on it).

2. Start the computer and you should see "Press any key to boot from CD or DVD...

NOTE:
If the Install Windows page does not appear and you are not asked to press a key to start (or "boot") from CD or DVD, you might have to specify that your computer use its CD or DVD drive as the startup device. This means that you need to set the CD or DVD drive to be the first startup device in the basic input/output system (BIOS). Occasionally, as with HP Pavilion laptops, you can press F9 or some other Function key to designate a temporary boot device. This key may different between systems.
Newer computers usually display a startup (or boot) menu. On the startup menu, select "BIOS setup," or "BIOS settings," or something similar.

Warning

Updating the BIOS is an advanced procedure, and if an error occurs, your computer could stop working. Be sure to follow the manufacturer's instructions exactly.

Note
Procedures for updating the BIOS vary depending on the manufacturer. Check the information that came with your computer or go to the computer manufacturer's website. Each computer has its own startup (or boot) options and access to the BIOS setup. If your computer does not have a startup menu, look for a message that says "BIOS setup," "BIOS settings," or something similar, and then press the appropriate key when prompted to display the BIOS setup screen.
The BIOS setup screen appears. On the BIOS setup screen, select the option called "Boot order," or something similar. Select your CD or DVD drive as the first startup device. Press F10 to save and exit BIOS
Restart your computer, and then start Windows from the installation CD or DVD as previously described.

3. Depending on the type of Operating System you have, the next steps will be different. For Windows XP, a blue screen will come up and drivers will be loading to begin the installation process. For Windows Vista and Windows 7, when the Install Windows screen comes up follow all the prompts as per your needs. The installation, especially for Windows 7, is very straight forward.

4. A screen should come up now preparing the Windows Installation. Simply follow the prompts, making sure to wipe the previous windows installation completely before continuing with the current install.

5. When the installation is complete you should verify that all the drivers were loaded completely. For Windows XP go to Start>>Control Panel>>System>>Device Manager and make sure no yellow circles with exclamation marks are showing. For Windows Vista and 7 go to the Start menu (6c22571.gif )>>Control Panel>>Device Manager.

6. If so, you will have to go to your manufacturer website to download the missing drivers. Go to the support section and put in your express service code or model number, or use the auto-detect feature if it is available and it will tell you what you have available to download.
When in doubt: download and install everything. The worst that can happen is it will say it isn't compatible or already exists and won't install. Also ensure you run ALL windows updates, even optional ones. The only exception to this is with Windows 7 updates. A whole bunch of language packs are available which do not have to be installed, unless you need them! There should be approximately 34 of these language packs.

Hope this helps. I will include more specific information as I come across it.

Good Luck and as always, if you do not feel comfortable doing this yourself please consult a professional.

NOLA Tech

on Jan 30, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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How do I unlock the Bios on an Acer ES-1 111M Laptop


To boot from a CD, DVD or USB device, make sure that the device has boot sequence priority over the hard drive.

BIOS Boot

BIOS (Basic Input Output Subsystem) is a programmable chip that controls how information is passed to various devices in the computer system. A typical method to access the BIOS settings screen is to press ESC, F1, F2, F8 or F10 during the boot sequence.
BIOS settings allow you to run a boot sequence from a floppy drive, a hard drive, a CD-ROM drive or an external device. You may configure the order that your computer searches these physical devices for the boot sequence.
The first device in the order list has the first boot priority. For example, to boot from a CD-ROM drive instead of a hard drive, place the CD-ROM drive ahead of the hard drive in priority.
Before you set boot priority for a USB device, plug the device into a USB port.
To specify the boot sequence:
  1. Start the computer and press ESC, F1, F2, F8 or F10 during the initial startup screen. Depending on the BIOS manufacturer, a menu may appear.
  2. Choose to enter BIOS setup. The BIOS setup utility page appears.
  3. Use the arrow keys to select the BOOT tab. System devices appear in order of priority.
  4. To give a CD or DVD drive boot sequence priority over the hard drive, move it to the first position in the list.
  5. To give a USB device boot sequence priority over the hard drive, do the following:
    • Move the hard drive device to the top of the boot sequence list.
    • Expand the hard drive device to display all hard drives.
    • Move the USB device to the top of the list of hard drives.
  6. Save and exit the BIOS setup utility.
  7. The computer will restart with the changed settings.

Boot Priority Options

Some computer manufacturers allow you to select the device that contains the boot sequence from a special device selection menu. The example below uses a Dell system board.
To set boot priority using a device selection menu:
  1. When the computer starts to boot up, after the manufacturer's ID screen, press F12 several times. The device selection menu appears.
  2. Use the up and down arrows to select CD-ROM or

May 04, 2015 | Acer Aspire Computers & Internet

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Advanced boot options


Lenovo Basic Input/Output System (BIOS) settings allow you to quickly customize interactions between your operating system and your hardware, especially your hard drive or drives, memory and power supply.
You must get into the Lenovo BIOS before your operating system loads.
Though most users don't typically see options for entering or using the BIOS, multiple changes can be made to customize and optimize your system, such as changing your boot device order and changing the display brightness to conserve power.

Turn off your Lenovo computer.
Press the power button to start your system.
For best results, wait 30 seconds to one minute before starting your system.
This gives you a longer window in which to enter the BIOS.

Press "F1" as soon as the Thinkpad logo appears.
Depending on your Thinkpad model, you may be prompted to press either the blue "Access IBM" or the blue "ThinkAdvantage" button instead of "F1 or F2."
If this is the case, a message will appear stating "To interrupt normal startup, press (one of the listed buttons above)."
Select the "Start setup utility" to open the BIOS setup menu.
Follow the instructions provided in the BIOS setup menu to select BIOS menu sections, settings and to change options.
Next, navigate through the Bios setup pages using keybard arrow keys in order to find failsafe or optimized defaults press ENTER to select your option press F10 save to cmos and restart

http://www.michaelstevenstech.com/lenovoBIOS.html

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Change boot cd rom bios300


Your IBM 300 series desktop computer is normally set to boot its operating system directly from the installed hard disk drive.
There are some cases where you may want to boot from a different device, such as loading from the floppy drive to install a new operating system.
In order to change the boot order on the IBM computer you need to access the Basic Input Output System (BIOS) menu.

Close any applications that are still running.
Turn off the IBM 300PI computer and then turn it back on again.
Tap the "F1" key when the "Configuration/Setup Utility" prompt appears at the bottom of the screen.
Tap the down arrow key four times to highlight the "Start Options" entry.


Press the Enter key.
Highlight the "Startup Sequence" entry and then press Enter again.

Scroll down and highlight "First Startup Device."
Press Enter. Scroll through the list of available boot order devices.
Highlight the device you want to use, such as "CD Drive" or "Floppy Drive," and press Enter.

Press the "Escape" key twice.
Highlight "Save Settings" and then tap Enter.
Power off the IBM computer and then power it back on.

May 06, 2013 | IBM 300PL (PC 300 PL 733) PC Desktop

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Can't boot from flashdisk


USB thumb drives give you the ability to mobilize information, but they also have the power to act as a boot disk for both Windows and Mac computers. If you have a bootable thumb drive that you want to boot your computer from, you can easily set it up in the BIOS menu of your Windows computer or through the boot menu in Mac's OSX.

Plug your USB thumb drive into the computer. Boot the computer and follow the on-screen prompt to enter the BIOS (Basic Input/Output System) menu. You should "Press a certain key Usually the DEL or the F2 key to enter BIOS setup" or something similar when you turn your computer on. Follow the directions to enter the BIOS menu. Scroll over to the "Boot" menu in the BIOS screen. Change the primary boot device to USB port or something similar depending on your BIOS menu. Restart the computer with the USB thumb drive in the USB port. b> Mac b> Plug your USB drive into your Mac's USB port. Turn on the computer while holding down the "Option" button on your keyboard. Wait for the boot menu to appear with all of your bootable devices shown. Use the mouse to select your USB thumb drive from the boot menu. Wait for the computer to boot using your thumb drive. Hope this helps.

Jan 03, 2013 | IBM ThinkCenter S51 (8171Y1A) PC Desktop

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Primary usb port


USB thumb drives give you the ability to mobilize information, but they also have the power to act as a boot disk for both Windows and Mac computers. If you have a bootable thumb drive that you want to boot your computer from, you can easily set it up in the BIOS menu of your Windows computer or through the boot menu in Mac's OSX.

Plug your USB thumb drive into the computer. Boot the computer and follow the on-screen prompt to enter the BIOS (Basic Input/Output System) menu. You should "Press a certain key Usually the DEL or the F2 key to enter BIOS setup" or something similar when you turn your computer on. Follow the directions to enter the BIOS menu. Scroll over to the "Boot" menu in the BIOS screen. Change the primary boot device to USB port or something similar depending on your BIOS menu. Restart the computer with the USB thumb drive in the USB port. b> Mac b> Plug your USB drive into your Mac's USB port. Turn on the computer while holding down the "Option" button on your keyboard. Wait for the boot menu to appear with all of your bootable devices shown. Use the mouse to select your USB thumb drive from the boot menu. Wait for the computer to boot using your thumb drive. Hope this helps.

Jan 02, 2013 | HP Compaq nc6220 Notebook

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Diskette drive 0 seek failure appears after I changed my cmos battery


Changing the CMOS battery, while necessary, has reset your BIOS to the factory set up. Which means, from your description, that your PC is looking for the operating system on your CD or Floppy drive.

When booting, you should see, at the bottom of the screen, Press F2 for setup or F10 for boot options. They may be different F numbers, but the options should be the same.

Choosing "Setup" means that you'll be permanently changing the BIOS, "Boot Options" will be limited and temporary. You can choose the boot options, get you used to the idea of editing the BIOS, but you will need to update it if you don't want to go through this procedure every time you want access to your PC.

For my part, select the "Setup" option.

Look at the right hand side of the screen, it tells you how to edit the BIOS.

Tab across to "Boot Options" and from the list shown, arrow up/down to "boot device order" or an options with a similar wording.

You now have to set the boot device order, this tells you where your PC is to look for an operating system and there's usually about 4 options.

set to :-

1st boot device - CD drive.
2nd boot device - HDD 0
3rd boot device - external

after this really doesn't matter too much.

This means when booting your pc will look for a CD with operating system first, then your hard drive, finally an external boot system ie usb connected device.

Once your device order is set, hit exit or F10, you will be asked if you want to save the new setting to the BIOS, if you're happy hit Y if not N.

Once complete, your PC should boot normally.

You may want to go back to your BIOS and set up other options, just remember, on exit on select Y to save if you're absolutely sure you got it set correctly.

Nov 11, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Windows 7 laptop won't boot to OS , only has a black screen with a blinking cursor


Insert your system recovery disc to repair your startup.

1. Change your Bios to boot from disc:
When your computer powers on, hit F2 (on some computers, F8 on others). Use your arrow keys and move to the right to your BOOT option. Hit the down arrow until you select your CD/DVD drive. Look at the bottom of your screen, and it should say to change the option hit F7 or F8. Use the specified keys, and move your CD/DVD drive above your hard-drive. Save your settings.

2. Boot from your disc. Insert your system recovery disc and restart your computer. Let the recovery disc load. If the option comes up to hit any button to boot from CD/DVD, then hit any button. Once it loads, it should come to a spot where it wants your language. Select your language, then select the option "Startup Repair". Click on it, and let it repair the startup. If it automatically starts correcting your startup then great! If not, then select your operating system from the list and click the Repair Startup option. Restart your computer, and hopefully it will boot from your hard-drive correctly.

Hope this works.

P.S. If it continues to boot from your recovery disc, then using the same method in step 1, go to your bios, and move your CD/DVD drive below your hard-drive.

Mar 01, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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How to put a os on my aspire computer


1. Press f12 as soon as the laptop starts up. This should give you a menu which allows you to select a temporary boot device, you'll need to select your cd/dvd drive.
2. Make sure the os disc is in there, and when it says 'press any key to boot from disc', press a key.
3. Follow on screen instructions.


If F12 doesn't bring up a boot menu, then you'll need to go into the bios. You do this by pressing F1, F2 or del usually, it varies between computers. For instance I have an iBM laptop and I have to press the thinkvantage button to interupt normal startup and then select either F1 for the bios or f12 for the boot menu. But whatever you have to press, it should tell you.

Once you're in the bios then you should be able to find an option to enable a boot menu, enable it, and once you've saved and exited the bios proceed from step 1.

If you can't find a boot menu option, then you will be able to find an option to change the boot order, you'll need to change it so that your cd/dvd drive is at the top. Once that's done save and exit, then proceed from step 2. In this case, once the os has finished installing, you may want to go back into the bios and put your hard drive back to the top of the boot order, this isn't necessary but if you don't then the laptop will give you the option of booting from cd/dvd every time, thus slowing the overall startup time.

Jan 18, 2011 | Acer Computers & Internet

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