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Enter the bios on start up and select in boot sequence to boot from cdrom then hard drive. save changes and exit,
some computers allow you to press F12 to change boot menu.
Posted on Apr 06, 2008
You need to make sure that when the pc boot up it looks for the disc in the cd/dvd drive,you do this by going into the bios, pushing a key when the system is booting (sometimes Delete key) and selecting the drive that you wish the system to start with
eg,"D" drive to start the setup for windows, if "D" is your optical drive.
good luck, let me know if you need any other help
Posted on Apr 06, 2008
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