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Verifying DMI pool data ... (Issues)


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brady1988

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Ok, here is my problem last night i tried to format my system with my windows 7 ultimate dvd so i went to my BIOS settings to config my boot devices ... first boot device CDROM, second boot device HARD DRIVE ... etc...
so i put my dvd into my LG burner or whatever u guys call it, i rebooted my system, and there is something that says Press any key to continue
and then on the bottom says something verifying DMI pool data ...
supposedly after DMI pool data ... u gonna see the booting message coming from your windows 7 DVD but in my case this isnt happening so i did some research and the only thing i can tell u is that my problem is related to this My link i dont even know how to Load the BIOS Defaults
and Load the SETUP Defaults i went to my BIOS but i didnt see any of those options there, so could u guys help me please.
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i almost forgot when i tried to reinstall windows everything was going great till this install windows message popped up:
"The computer restarted unexpectedly or encountered an unexpected error. Windows installation cannot proceed. To install Windows, click "OK" to restart the computer and then restart installation."
im gonna be honest i wanted to cry at that moment :D i just dont know wthell is going on.

thx for reading my posts guys i appreciate it.
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Hi brady1988
The link below may help you navigate your BIOS so you can find the settings you are looking for (F5 or F6 possibly)
http://www.hexus.net...em=15966&page=4
You obviously know how to change the boot sequence just remember to save before you exit (F10 usually)
You could also restore the MBs default settings by removing the silver CR2032 battery on the MB (but not yet).
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appreciate your help phillpower2 but what im looking for is someone who can tell me whats going on cus my BIOS is not reading my bootable DVD even though i did configure my BIOS so yeah i need extra help here.
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NVM guys i solved my problem. thx anyway
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No problem and thanks for letting us know, how did you resolve the issue others may learn from your experience.
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