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Edited by Windows_XP/VISTA_User, 27 February 2010 - 07:46 PM.

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When you power on computer, you would see few text lines appearing on screen. Press F12/F11 etc to go into Boot Menu. You may have to press some other key, check your motherboard manual. Which key to press is also shown onscreen.

Older computers do not support the above feature. You need to go into BIOS similarly, at boot time, pressing F1,F2, Del, etc. Again check your manuals. Which key to press to get into BIOS is also shown onscreen. In the BIOS change the boot order, set your CD/DVD drive as first boot device, then hard disk as second boot device. Now save bios and exit (usually F10 key is shortcut).
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