When ever i start my computer it always come in bios, I have also checked my boot sequence, which is normal. it show that i have installed a new cpu i have to reintall my cpu even though i have not install. and again if i restart i get a message that to make change to the first 4 fiels , the motherboard must be set to jumper free mode. please give me your assistance. thank you
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Re: problem with my bios
The first thing i would do is check// change the battery to see if it is any good because it looks like the battery may be bad causing the system to forget the time and things like that,,,, then the next time it boots into bios look at the time and date and location ect..ect section and make any changes to it that it may need , that is why they want you to make changes to the first 4 fields when it boots into bios is to select fail safe options if you have that option and see if it will boot . if not go to default settings ok please keep me posted on this i can help you aout a lot more if needed ok best regards mike
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When you turn the computer on watch the screen for which key to hit to Change the Boot Order or Boot Sequence then hit that key. You have to hit the key when the message is shown or you will have to start over.
The screen will also show you which key to hit to get into the Bios or System Setup. You have to hit the key when the message is shown or it will not work and you will have to restart.
Is there any basic display on the screen. If yes then press F8 to run the system in safe or normal mode. If there is no display then check the system with respect to beep sound as the beep sound with a sequence shows the problem. Is it so?
check the the jumper pins on the back of the HHD, SATA should be set to master & IDE to slave read the top of the HHD first coz some HHD's have master without slave presant. boot up as normal then go into "computer" & get the data off the IDE drive.
Dear friend for go BIOS some computers Need to preess DEL, Some Computer need to Press F1, Some Computer need to pree F2. you didnt write about your computer... One solution i have ... Press DELL+F1+F2 At starting your sustem... Here is two option to find out Boot Sequence from BIOS.... some BIOS Have Independent Boot Menu.. IN Boot menu you may see boot sequence... there you have change it. For Other Option You may go the Advanced BIOS Setting Option There you may find First boot device, Second Boot device..... Or Boot sequence.... find out your solution...
For Master And slave..setting in CD/DVD rom ..
set jumper.. near ide or sata cable... for setting as Master...
Set jumper After Master jumper... for setting as slave..
As the computer boots press the DEL key to access BIOS note: some systems you must press F2 or Esc In BIOS under the BOOT tab options change the Boot order so that the CD drive is First Select EXIT and Save Changes to reboot note: make sure the CD is in the drive BEFORE you reboot! (it sounds obvious but a lot of people forget) If the CD is bootable it will start its own boot sequence.
Your Sony CD-RW is an ATAPI CD-ROM for the purpose of your BIOS. Without you specifying the motherboard brand and model, it is hard to tell you what your issue could be.
Nearly all PC motherboards made after 1995 will allow you to boot from the CD. Enter the BIOS setup screen by pressing, during POST, <DEL> or <CTR>-S (Gateway), <F1> or <F2> and look for boot sequence. Some MB's have a boot sequence key you can press to select the boot device for that boot instance only.
If you are trying to say that you have an ATAPI CD-ROM and the Sony CD-RW, then check your master/slave/cable select jumper settings on the device. Each IDE channel can have at most one master and one slave.
update Bios of *********** board.
b-coz i have already have a same prob some time early.
and i solve it by updating my board bios.
& now i have some prob with my drivers of my board (intel d845gvsr) same that you are using...can u tell me the drivers of that board for windows vista....
This problem usually occurs if:
1) The computer never finished booting
2) A sticky button on you keyboard (F8 or Control Key for win98)
3) Less Memory for windows xp and ME. Try checking if all the memories as well fixed on the board and are being read.
4) Corrupt system files.
5) Incorrect bios configuration (Try changing the bios settings to optimum performance of fail safe to confirm that.
All the best.