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At power on, you should have an option to hit F12 or another key for boot options. From there choose CD/ROM

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  • bakukang Apr 05, 2011

    my ibmnetvista wont boot uptocdeven if Ichoose to cd room as primary.....
    when i try to reboot their were messsage saying nooperating system found...
    please solve thisproblemon my pc...

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Please just follow the steps to fix your problem
Step 1
Obtain an operating system boot disk. These boot disks will come with the original materials which accompanied the computer at the time of purchase most of the time. However if the disk is missing you will need to contact the computer maker or store where you bought the computer to obtain another boot disk.

Step 2
Insert the boot disk into the CD-ROM of the computer.

Step 3
Reboot the computer. Click on "Start" from the main operating system menu. Then select "Turn off computer" from the start menu. Finally, choose "Restart the computer" from the computer power dialogue box.

Step 4
Press the "F8" function key as the computer restarts to enter into BIOS setting of the computer. You may have to press the "Ctrl" key at the same time depending on the manufacturer of the computer. Consult your owner's manual for additional information as each computer can have different BIOS access options.

Step 5
Locate the boot option menu item in the BIOS. It should list the hard drive as the primary or first device. Use the up arrow key or space bar to select the CD-ROM as the primary or first boot device.

Step 6
Push the "Esc" key and then save the changes to the BIOS settings. Then allow the computer to continue with the restart. It should boot from the CD-ROM now. If it does not boot correctly check the owner's manual or the manufacturer's website for further instruction

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  • Step 1 First check to see if your bios is set to boot from cd first. Do this by inserting your CD and restarting your computer.
  • Step 2 When the computer is booting up, watch the screen for a message that will say "Press any key to boot from Cd" or something similar. Press that button to boot from cd.
  • Step 3 If you do not see that message, you may need to change the bios settings to boot from cd. You can go to my "How to change the boot order in bios" page below for more help.

  • Read more: How to boot from CD. | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_4533758_boot-from-cd.html#ixzz0w0itrBOS
  • Step 1 First check to see if your bios is set to boot from cd first. Do this by inserting your CD and restarting your computer.
  • Step 2 When the computer is booting up, watch the screen for a message that will say "Press any key to boot from Cd" or something similar. Press that button to boot from cd.
  • Step 3 If you do not see that message, you may need to change the bios settings to boot from cd. You can go to my "How to change the boot order in bios" page below for more help.

  • Read more: How to boot from CD. | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_4533758_boot-from-cd.html#ixzz0w0itrBOS

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