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trying to start of A drive

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a friend of mine is having pc troubles and i said i would see if you can help,when he tries to start it up it tries to start off the A drive and not the C drive, we tried disconnecting the A drive but it didnt help. I f anyone knows what is causing this and how to fix it it would be great

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This is usually controlled by an option in the BIOS. Boot Order controls the order of drive access. Just change the hard drive to be first in the list. The may also be an option to "seek floppy drive at boot", disabling that would prevent the system from looking for a floppy drive before booting.
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