Question about Intel PENTIUM-4 865GV CHIP MOTHER BOARD (MBP4I65GV) Motherboard
Hi satiewe, no not you're CD. You'll need to enter the notebook's bios. How to get into the bios? Right after you press the power on button, start pressing the delete key every two seconds. The bios main menu should load. If pressing the delete key fail to load the bios menu, try again & press the F2 key every two seconds. The main menu will look like this:
Look at the bottom of the menu & there are instructions on how to move about while in the bios. Go to the title, Advanced.
Listed to the right of; [PATA Primary Master : xxxxx] Where xxxxx is the model number of the hard drive, (Ex: ST80325B). Write this number/letter down. Than go to Boot .
Under boot is, Boot Device Priority. The normal order should be;
1st boot device, [floppy]
2nd boot device, [CD-ROM] - model name.
3rd boot device, [Hard disk drive]? The name of the drive was listed at the main menu as, Pata Primary Master (What you wrote down is what must show here). Than save the bios change & exit. The system will restart. If you placed the correct drive in the correct order you're system will start up.
Posted on Jun 26, 2008
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