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vista boot dvd not recongnizing at the startup..

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i have an windows vista ultimate bootable dvd.

today i tried to install it but when system restarted it didn't asked for "press any key to boot" line

without asking it just went inside xp. from there its asking install now menu..

Note: i have set the boot priority to CD/DVD rom then Hard disk goes on.....

what is the problem ?

how i can boot from the starting like windows xp?
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Some boards you can specify in BIOS which CD unit to boot from first, other boards you just set them to CD boot and they'll try every CD device they can find. Check for an option that allows you to specify which CD unit to boot from first.
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