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November 6, 2010 10:53:20 AM

hello , anyone can help me?
how to settle when CPU ask to insert the BOOT DISK ?
What is this problems?
please help me.thanks

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a c 78 à CPUs
November 6, 2010 10:57:35 AM

You have most likely a corrupt Master Boot File, so you need to install your Windows disk and do a repair to fix the file.
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November 6, 2010 11:12:36 AM

tecmo34 said:
You have most likely a corrupt Master Boot File, so you need to install your Windows disk and do a repair to fix the file.

thanks, like that mean virus already attactted my CPU?
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a c 78 à CPUs
November 6, 2010 11:19:46 AM

Has nothing to do with the CPU to be honest. Something has effected your Register (most likely) and needs repaired (could be a virus or could be totally unrelated).
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November 6, 2010 11:26:08 AM

tecmo34 said:
Has nothing to do with the CPU to be honest. Something has effected your Register (most likely) and needs repaired (could be a virus or could be totally unrelated).

So what I need to do is : buy a window CD software and reinstall it ,right?
Will I lose the data after reinstall?
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a c 78 à CPUs
November 6, 2010 11:33:07 AM

Do you not have a "System Restore Disk" or a Windows disk already with your PC?

You just need to do a repair and you will not lose anything. Doing a reinstall, you could lose everything you didn't have backed up
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a c 115 à CPUs
November 6, 2010 11:36:12 AM

Enter the BIOS and verify that your boot sequence is correct.

Set the HDD with your OS first in line, and disable all further options in the sequence.
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November 6, 2010 11:37:54 AM

tecmo34 said:
Do you not have a "System Restore Disk" or a Windows disk already with your PC?

You just need to do a repair and you will not lose anything. Doing a reinstall, you could lose everything you didn't have backed up

i have nothing in hand now.
I also haven't got enough knowledge about IT. So dont know how to settle it.
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November 6, 2010 11:50:27 AM

Wisecracker said:
Enter the BIOS and verify that your boot sequence is correct.

Set the HDD with your OS first in line, and disable all further options in the sequence.

can you help me by online Skype or Yahoo mesenger?
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a c 115 à CPUs
November 6, 2010 12:53:55 PM

david nguyen said:
can you help me by online Skype or Yahoo mesenger?


Sorry ... I'm not that connected :) 

As your computer is booting, watch the screen carefully for a keystroke command which will take you to the BIOS.

In most cases, simply pressing the delete key several times as the computer is booting will take you to the BIOS, but some systems may require the *F3* key or something similar. This information will appear on your computer screen --- you may have to re-boot several times - it pops up quite fast.

Once you have entered the BIOS look for a menu called *Boot* or *Boot Sequence* -- verify that your boot sequence is correct with the HDD with your OS first in line.

You may use your 'arrow keys' or possibly the '+/- keys' to move around the menus and options in the BIOS. There will be instructions explaining this to you.

Once you have properly set the boot sequence, press the *F10 key* to save your revisions and exit the BIOS.
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November 6, 2010 1:10:25 PM

Wisecracker said:
Sorry ... I'm not that connected :) 

As your computer is booting, watch the screen carefully for a keystroke command which will take you to the BIOS.

In most cases, simply pressing the delete key several times as the computer is booting will take you to the BIOS, but some systems may require the *F3* key or something similar. This information will appear on your computer screen --- you may have to re-boot several times - it pops up quite fast.

Once you have entered the BIOS look for a menu called *Boot* or *Boot Sequence* -- verify that your boot sequence is correct with the HDD with your OS first in line.

You may use your 'arrow keys' or possibly the '+/- keys' to move around the menus and options in the BIOS. There will be instructions explaining this to you.

Once you have properly set the boot sequence, press the *F10 key* to save your revisions and exit the BIOS.

I did as yr instruction, but no effect. it still appear :"check your cable connection" and " Exiting Intel PXE ROM"
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