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My computer keeps trying to boot from another source

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  • Maria Bronx Apr 04, 2011

    Thank you for your reply but there isn't an advanced settings option when I press f2 it goes set up which is only information, main, security, boot and exit with different options for each but nothing says advanced settings under boot it shows the boot priority order and it's codes that I don't really understand

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BOOT SEQUENCE
1 diskette drive
2 internal HDD
3 usb storage device
4 cd/dvd/cd-rw drive
cardbus NIC
onboard NIC

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You would have to go into your BIOS by hitting the F2 key as it is turning on. Then go in, and under Advance settings, make sure that the only place that it boots from is the Hard Drive. Make that the primary.

If it still has an error coming up, then it might be a file system issue with the OS.

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