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September 8, 2004 2:23:29 PM

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MB is A7V8X. OS is W2k. I've gone into bios and set to boot from CD but it
appears to ignore the CD on bootup. Any ideas on how to get this feature to
work? Do I need to do something in autoexec file also?

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September 8, 2004 4:27:43 PM

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do not some versions of W2K require 4 floppies to initialize the install?
September 8, 2004 7:38:49 PM

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Check the bios settings for boot order. You may have the hard drive
booting before the CD can be accessed.

On Wed, 8 Sep 2004 10:23:29 -0500, "Colonel Blip"
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>MB is A7V8X. OS is W2k. I've gone into bios and set to boot from CD but it
>appears to ignore the CD on bootup. Any ideas on how to get this feature to
>work? Do I need to do something in autoexec file also?
>
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September 8, 2004 8:50:07 PM

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That is how I have it set. That's what is puzzling.

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>> Check the bios settings for boot order. You may have the hard drive
>> booting before the CD can be accessed.
>> SNIP

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September 8, 2004 8:50:42 PM

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Not trying to install w2k this way. Have a different bootable system to try
off of the CD.

"dino" <whyme@help.com> wrote in message
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>> do not some versions of W2K require 4 floppies to initialize the
>> install?

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September 8, 2004 11:27:34 PM

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Not all CDs are bootable, it may be that the problem is the CD itself.


Colonel Blip wrote:

> MB is A7V8X. OS is W2k. I've gone into bios and set to boot from CD but it
> appears to ignore the CD on bootup. Any ideas on how to get this feature to
> work? Do I need to do something in autoexec file also?
>
Anonymous
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September 8, 2004 11:27:35 PM

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It is bootable. Even checked on my laptop and works fine.

"Barry Watzman" <WatzmanNOSPAM@neo.rr.com> wrote in message
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>> Not all CDs are bootable, it may be that the problem is the CD
>> itself.
>>
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September 9, 2004 3:24:14 AM

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when you set it in the bios to boot from cd...........

you did SAVE the new bios setting didnt you?


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> It is bootable. Even checked on my laptop and works fine.
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> "Barry Watzman" <WatzmanNOSPAM@neo.rr.com> wrote in message
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> >> Not all CDs are bootable, it may be that the problem is the CD
> >> itself.
> >>
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September 10, 2004 2:05:19 AM

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I have not used Win2K for a while but I see that with Win XP you see a
message at the bottom of the screen asking you to press any key to
boot from the CD or it defaults to your next bootable device. watch
your bootup for any messages.

Cheers

On Wed, 8 Sep 2004 10:23:29 -0500, "Colonel Blip"
<col.blip@nospambigfoot.com> wrote:

>MB is A7V8X. OS is W2k. I've gone into bios and set to boot from CD but it
>appears to ignore the CD on bootup. Any ideas on how to get this feature to
>work? Do I need to do something in autoexec file also?



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Anonymous
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January 8, 2005 10:33:35 PM

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Sorry for the extremely late reply. I just saw this posting. My win2K and
XP pro CD's are not bootable disks but my friends XP Home is. I did however
stumble upon a website that instructs you in the creation of bootable
versions of both. Very slick (at least to a novice like myself). Check it
out: http://bink.nu/Bootcd/default.htm
RH

"yogi" <yogi@yellowstone.np> wrote in message
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>I have not used Win2K for a while but I see that with Win XP you see a
> message at the bottom of the screen asking you to press any key to
> boot from the CD or it defaults to your next bootable device. watch
> your bootup for any messages.
>
> Cheers
>
> On Wed, 8 Sep 2004 10:23:29 -0500, "Colonel Blip"
> <col.blip@nospambigfoot.com> wrote:
>
>>MB is A7V8X. OS is W2k. I've gone into bios and set to boot from CD but it
>>appears to ignore the CD on bootup. Any ideas on how to get this feature
>>to
>>work? Do I need to do something in autoexec file also?
>
>
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