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When i kept Windows-XP to install OS. but it is displaying "Reboot and Select program Boot device or Insert Boot media in Selected Boot Device and press a key"

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    When i kept Windows-XP CD in the drive to install OS it is displaying "Reboot and Select proper Boot device or Insert Boot media in Selected Boot Device and press a key".

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You need to check the bios on start up. You should have your CD/DVD drive as the first boot device.

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