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Trouble booting what is the boot sequence order for bios dc5700 micro tower

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My lenovo thinkcentre desktop computer never shows "press any key" while I try to format. Unable format my C drive and recently 500 GB HDD was installed in my computer. pl.advise how to format...


Hi! Welcome to www.fixya.com.
Removed your power cable and drain power without any power. restart and keep on hitting f12 to get to the boot menu choose ODD then put the OS CD then press enter until its say press any key. If it did not work your other option is reboot and hit f1 or f2 to change the boot sequence on boot option. Restart pc then hit f2 go to boot option and choose DVD/CD to be your first boot option then press f10 restart and it should load automatically.
Hope this resolution fix the problem on your computer. Thanks for contacting Fixya. Bye for now.

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I need a free key to reset a laptop purchased at a flee market


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I want to install windows xp in my Intel i5-2400 dh67bl motherboard. how?


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if however it does not boot fro the drive you will have to go into the BIOS and set the cd rom drive as the first boot device, do so by pressing the "Delete" or "Del" key on your keyboard when the system is turned on, you can press it repeatedly to make sure you don't miss it. once inside the bios what you are looking for are the boot options, or boot order, every bios is different as to where in the menu it is listed but it will be called boot order, use the arrow keys on the keyboard to navigate the menu system. after you have changed the cd rom drive to the first boot drive ( make sure you do not completely remove your hard drive from the boot sequence, as you will want it to be booted from after the windows install is complete) press the F10 key to save changes made and exit the bios.

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Hi when i satrt up my hp compaq mini 110 it wont load past the bios. it comes up with the options for F9: change boot device order, F10:BIOS setup options, F12: Network boot. if i leave it to laod past...


Check to see if any media is in you CD DRIVE, or any other drive because if BIOS is booting from the CD or other media first, it never gets to your hard drive thus never boots windows. If clear, Press F9 and enter into your BIOS setup. You will have to make sure your boot sequence/order is in order to boot first from the hard drive. If all is in order try F8 hitting it repeatedly until safe mode options appear. If this doesn't work post a reply and we'll go from there.

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Why won't my computer boot to the A drive?


Because the BIOS is probably set to boot the hard drive first. The A drive, second or third depending on the boot order set in the BIOS.

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Cannot boot from hard disk CD. An error occured that your BIOs would be updated and it is not fully ACPI compliant


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Hello,

First you need to make sure that the CD drive is selected as the first boot device.

You can set that by going into BIOS setup by pressing Del/F2 during system startup OR during startup press F12 and select CD drive from the boot device selection menu.

Press Enter.

See if the system is able to start from the disc.


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Boot from CD


Try going into the Bios setting and setting the boot order sequence with the CD as first booting device.

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Boot problem - Win98SE


change the boot sequence in bios set up ...
keep in this order
first boot device as floppy
2.hard disk
3.cdrom

then save it and then have a check it should work ..
you have not mention hard disk here so i think the hard disk is not detected there may be some loose contact inside and it is not connected properly so it is not able to verify DMI pool ...
if so connect the hard disk properly then then have a check it will surely work..........

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