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Re: eMachine T1100 won't boot from CD
MISSING NTLDR FILE To repair missing or corrupted system file/s, boot up with the Windows installation CD then – Press R to repair when instructed. Press 1 or Enter to repair the C:\Windows folder. Then type chkdsk /rand then press Enter. The repair process will take quite a long time. http://www.fixya.com/support/r4482455-repair_windows_xp
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You will need to change the boot order in the bios set-up.
Turn your computer off, and turn it n again (alternatively Restart it) These things may be initiated by clicking the Windows button at the bottom left of tour screen, and from the shut down drop down menu selecting the appropriate option) As your computer is starting up, and the Emachines logo appears on the screen
"Press the "Tab" key repetitatively: If that fails to take you into the BIOSsetup, repeat and try either the "Escape," "Delete," or "F2" keys instead of the Tab key.
Once in the BIOS setu[p, Look through the options until see Boot order, and then change that to CD first, HD 2nd. Exit the BIOS setup with save changes option. Done.
Can only be done if your disk is an operating system disk. Di this by pressing and holding f11 or f12 after you have put in CD DVD in drive. This will take you to your bios, you will need to change your booting option priorities. Change cd or DVDs to #1 the hard drive to #2 be sure to exit saving the changes. It will reboot but this time on its own it will boot from cd, is going to ask you to press any key to boot from cd, quickly do so and you are done.
You will need to install the operating system on the new hard drive for it to boot.Also you need to set you're boot order in the bios to CD then the HARD DRIVE.Get the operating system set the bios boot order then install it.
You can change the boot up order of devices in the BIOS. Go into the BIOS setup then to Boot up order and move the CD/DVD dirve as the first boot device and the hard drive as the 2nd boot device. Then you boot up with a disc in the CD/DVD drive.
inside the computer on the motherboard there is a cmos jumper. look for this and read the instructions by it to clear the password and settings. also pull the coin cell battery from the unit. this will defautl the motherboard settings. you will have to reset the time and then you can change the boot order.
Your emachines eMachines T1100
only supports modules made with a specific type of chip. Should you
find what seems to be the exact same memory elsewhere for a lower
price, it is very possible that the cheaper memory will not work in
your computer. From what I see you should use straight PC-133 Try a site like Kahlon.com-they make sure it works with your computer as would kingston or corsair... Your maximum amount of ram is only 256mb total. hope this helps...good luck- please leave a rating...thank you kindly
Sounds to me like windows is corrupted. If you have the Windows operating system cd then go into the BIOS and set the first boot device to be the cd-rom. After you do that then put the cd in the cd-rom and then reboot the machine and it should tell you to press any key to boot the cd and it will go into the installation for you and you just follow the prompts from that point.