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When you reboot your system you have to go into the bios,when you start the setup utility, the main Menu appears. the main menu of the setup utility displays a list of the options that are available. a highlight indicates which option is currently selected. Use the cursor arrow keys to move the highlight to other options. when an option is highlighted execute the option by pressing ( good luck!)
go to the [advanced setup] area
1.quick boot - enabled
2.1st boot device - disabled
3.2nd boot device change it to -cd
4.bootup numlock -on
5.aperture size -64mb or higher
6.dram timing -auto
7.auto detect dimm - enabled
8.spread spectrum -enabled
9. max cpuid value limit- disabled
10.cpu tm function- disabled
11.bios protect - disabled
Insert your USB jump drive into a USB port on the computer containing the bootable program. Copy the information to your jump drive, then insert the drive into a USB port on the computer you wish to boot the program from.
Power on the computer. When the computer begins displaying its startup information, hit the key indicated on screen to enter the computer's BIOS (the "F1" or "Delete" keys are commonly used to access the BIOS).
Browse through the menu options in the BIOS to locate the computer's startup and booting options to locate the "CMOS" menu, which is where you'll have the option to set which devices will boot at startup.
Browse though the list of bootable option---they'll be ordered as "First Boot Device," "Second Boot Device" and so on. Set the USB jump drive as the first bootable option---your BIOS may refer to the drive as a "USB Removable Floppy Disk."
Save and exit the BIOS. When your computer restarts, your program will boot first before your operating system.
Sounds like you may have to reload windows, so Yes, your first step is to get it to boot off the CD. When you first turn on your computer you have to go into the BIOS by rapidly hitting the <Delete> key. There is a chance it is another key which would be F1, F2, or Esc. Once in here you should see a "boot menu" where you can change the first boot option to "CD" Exit with Saving. This will then enable the computer to first boot off the CD. One thing you can also try is rapidly hit "F8" and you will get a windows menu before you see the windows screen. Try the "Last know good configuration" option to see if that will get you back into windows. Also you can go to the safe mode and once in there go to Start-->Accessories-->System tools--> system restore. Then pick a date when you know the computer was working fine and hopefully it should boot back up fine. Good luck
If your motherboard supports it, it should be enabled by default. If it's not enabled and your motherboard does support it, then you can enable it by selecting the option from the BIOS menu. During boot up, press F2 to access the BIOS. Then, you should see an option that either says, "Boot from USB" or "Boot from External Device". Enable it by pressing enter and then selecting "Enable", If neither of these two options are available or something similar to it, then your motherboard does not support it.
1) Switch on PC
2) Press F12, del or the ESC key to enter setup
3) Go to advanced options and then choose boot options
4) In boot options choose USB peripheral to be set as first boot device
5) Save and exit from the BIOS screen
As the PC restarts make sure the USB flash drive is plugged into the PC
hi buudy first of all
1 just check whether the usb setting shows in ur bios enable it if it shows disable
2 start the pc go to device manager in my computer enable the usb device
3 to check whether it is enable plug any usb devices (keyboard , mouse etc ) if key,mouse starts than it is okayyyyyyy