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Hope it helps =) jsnake Born Posts: 1 3+ Months Ago I had the same problem although my brother in the air force said that it might have some thing to hmmm the actual cabel for the Hard disk is already broke... Please try the request again. If that doesn't work, I'm clueless.

Alkatr0z Mastermind Posts: 1883Loc: Adelaide, Australia 3+ Months Ago Here are some instructions for changing the boot order. Fishy14-11-2006, 07:12 PMI just realised I said "There is no CD in the hard drive." Accident. Main Sections Technology News Reviews Features Product Finder Downloads Drivers Community TechSpot Forums Today's Posts Ask a Question News & Comments Useful Resources Best of the Best Must Reads Trending Now I meant no cd in the cd drive. http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/boot-from-atapi-cd-rom-disk-boot-failure-insert-system-disk-and-press-enter.43966/

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Login now. I ran it for about a month before it refused to boot anymore. It is free. which is for cd-rom only..

The old and the new one? It did the Verifying DMI Pool Data....... There is another method not mentioned in that website that is also a possibility. Network Boot Similar Topics Boot from ATAPI CD-ROM: Disk Boot Failure, Insert System Disk and Press Enter Feb 11, 2006 Disk boot failure, Insert system disk and press enter!

Speedy Gonzales14-11-2006, 06:58 PMTake the cd out if its still in the cd. I think if you have the jumper settings in your hard drive wrong, it might cause this problem? Primary or Seconday Master and Slave? That should take you to a blue screen.

If no key is pressed, the computer will continue to boot normally and not load from the CD. Usb Fdd I tried all sorts of boot settings, but no resultWas wondering if anybody had any words of wisdom for meThanks :) Share Flag This conversation is currently closed to new comments. Related Resources solved Installed a hard drive with Windows 10 on it into a computer that had Windows 7 and it is now asking for a boot disk. Verify that the devices before CD-ROM, (e.g.

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Hit F2 doing the DELL splash screen. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1694755/boot-atapi-rom-disk-boot-failure-insert-system-disk-press-enter.html But when I looked in the BIOS settings, I couldn't see any reason why it should not work. Atapi Cd Rom Driver Do not change anything but that if it is needed. What Is Atapi Best answer cjlAug 19, 2009, 5:40 AM How did you burn the disk?You should not just burn the .iso file onto the disk - if you insert the disk, and it

Make sure your BIOS settings recognize your HDD. On the same Controller? Report • #6 aegis1 May 12, 2009 at 10:15:41 Here is some help with booting from a CD.http://pcsupport.about.com/od/tipst... I suggested it as the 3rd boot device after the Floppy and CDROM. Atapi Connector

With some IDE or ATA disc drives, if the drive is not connected as the first drive (first connection on the cable), it can prevent the drive from properly booting. Alkatr0z Mastermind Posts: 1883Loc: Adelaide, Australia 3+ Months Ago Okay this is a different problem. and now i using other cabel for it.. Off-Topic Tags How-tos Drivers Ask a Question Computing.NetForumsWindows XPInstallation boot from atapi cd-rom failure Tags:bootRomfailure darko010101 May 11, 2009 at 12:21:49 Specs: Windows XP, 512 mb i tried to boot from

Just set up brand new computer, turned on and for,the "disk boot failure. How old is it? TechRepublic | Forums | Hardware Hardware Register Now or Log In to post Welcome back, My Profile Log Out Recent Activity FAQs Guidelines Question 0 Votes Locked Computer won't boot from

The IDE disk interface is pretty nice, and has worked well (mostly) but the manufacturers have frequently managed to make non-standard standard IDE devices. :D I preferred the master/slave jumpering system,

Report • #12 darko010101 May 12, 2009 at 11:40:11 NO WAYon other comp the CD is great,but on this...i dont know,everything fine and still the cd isn`t readmaybe the BIOS settings Arrow down to the Boot from CD-ROM option and press 0Votes Share Flag Collapse - Still having trouble by simonp101 · 10 years ago In reply to Try this I As grinch mentioned, it doesnt matter if it's set to boot from CD-ROM cause if theres no cd it will just jump to the next boot option, however if it's set My parents asked me to do something about it, so I decided to format the hard-drive and re-install windows.

I went and checked and it was the CD-ROM so i changed it to hard drive and the second device to CD-ROM. I changed the battery and reset the clock/calendar. Adding the "CS" (Cable Select) variant, which works by detecting the presence of a wire at one pin of the disk connector at startup made things even more interesting, as you a DVD drive and another CD or CD-RW drive.

How do i get this system disk???(If any...) for your information... Fishy14-11-2006, 07:47 PM1. IF that doesn't work when you turn the computer on check down the bottom of the screen and it will say something like "Press for Setup" Press the key indicated. And I did not know there was different types of IDE cables.

ShEDeViL Graduate Posts: 216 3+ Months Ago You might also want to check to make sure that you didn't accidently unplug one of the power cables when you were switching the It's a little difficult to tell right now, but at the moment, the BIOS simply cannot tell what to do to boot to an operating system since it can't find it. You might find them more helpful. Computing.Net and Purch hereby disclaim all responsibility and liability for the content of Computing.Net and its accuracy.

by 1bn0 · 10 years ago In reply to Computer won't boot from ... hello i see you are in the UK like myself, send me an e-mail and i will be able to help you! I am even at a loss as to why it is asking for a system disk. Look for something like "First Boot Device" and see if HDD0 is in the Boot order.

The^Watcher Student Posts: 72Loc: Sabah, Malaysia 3+ Months Ago helo Evrybody... If applicable for your computer and disc drive, verify that the CD-ROM or DVD drive has the jumpers set properly. If that happened and this has been the result since I would go into the BIOS and check that the Hard Drives have been detected by the BIOS. What i was told about the computer is that they believe it ran on WinME.

Thank you. RegisterWhy Register? C: dir /AD If you can see the directory in the list copy the boot.ini file to the A: using the following command copy C:\boot.ini A:\ Then post the contents of Or something thats bootable.

It is as simple as that. Fishy15-11-2006, 05:49 PMThankyou so much, that worked fine. Join the community here, it only takes a minute.