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My computer does not let reboot in none of the reboot options?hdd,cdrom,patition none of them wats wrong?

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Must have messed up the CMOS reboot sequence. Enter the CMOS menu screen. Go through the menus and look for "Boot Sequence", and set this to your primary HD for now.
Once you get your system up, you can change the Boot sequence to CDR first, followed by HD.

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