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What happen when you boot up an PC?
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Asked in CD and DVD Drives
Can you boot from a CD-ROM?
Yes you can, but only if the BIOS setting permits it. If it doesn't do it automatically you will have to check the "Boot devices" settings and make sure CD-ROM comes first in the list. You can check the BIOS settings at the point when you boot up the PC after it has been switched off. Switch on the PC and then, during the boot-up phase, you must keep holding down the 'Delete' key until the BIOS settings screen is displayed. Then find the "Boot devices screen" and use the 'Page Up' and 'Page Down' keys to ensure that "Boot from CD-ROM" appears 1st in the list and the Hard Disk appears 2nd in the list. Then save the settings and allow the PC to reboot. It will then check if there is a CD-ROM inserted in the drive. If there is a CD-ROM there it will try to boot from it. If you have made the PC's 2nd boot device the Hard Disk then, if there is no CD-ROM in the drive, the PC will go to the the Hard Disk to boot up. All that will happen automatically every time the PC is rebooted.
Asked in C Programming
What is boot thawed?
Asked in Computers, Computer Viruses
How do you remove recycler virus when you can't boot up your PC?
Asked in Computers, Microsoft Windows, Windows XP
How do you boot up your windows 98 SE PC without the boot up program being installed?
Asked in Windows XP, Computers, Microsoft Windows
What can you check if your computer does not boot up?
Asked in Computers, Microsoft Windows, Computer Memory
What happens if you boot up a PC without any RAM installed?
What symptoms might indicate a corrupt or missing boot sector?
Asked in Technology
Why Should I Get A PC Rather Than A Mac With Boot Camp I'm Getting A Razer Blade Pro?
Asked in Computer Hardware
What is bios post and boot?
The BIOS( basic input-output system) software is built into the PC, and is the first code run by a PC when powered on ('boot firmware'). When the PC starts up, the first job for the BIOS is the power-on self-test(POST), which initializes and identifies system devices such as the video display card, keyboard and mouse,hard disk drive, optical disc drive and other hardware. The BIOS then locates boot loader software held on a peripheral device (designated as a 'boot device'), such as a hard disk or a CD/DVD, and loads and executes that software, giving it control of the PC. This process is known asbooting, or booting up, which is short for bootstrapping.
How do you remove a computer system password?
when you start your computer, it matters what compnay your PC is from, weather it is a Dell or Compaq or HP, when you start it up the PC company comes up before the Windows Vista or XP screen, right away at the company name it will say BOOT=F12 or what ever the company puts as its boot button, right away press the button it says, the BOOT MENU will come just scroll through the options and find the system password, change it, if this doesn't work you'll have to reboot your PC.
Asked in Computer Maintenance
What would stop a computer from loading?
Asked in Video Games, Apple Computers, MacBook
Can you play PC video Games on the Macbook Air?
Asked in Android OS
What is a bootloader in Android phones?
Boot loader in Android is something similar like you have boot loader over the Windows PC. I am sure you know that when you ran onto trouble you boot your PC over the boot loader menu to perform recovery ! It's the same thing when you encounter problems with your Android device, boot loader is used to get the device back in working state.