Where's the bios


When I go to turn on my computer, It does the typical check of a Disk being located in the A: drive. However, with no disk in the drive, it still says "Invalid System Disk" I have tried to Recover my computer and even that wouldn't work. I was also unable to start the computer in safe mode or anything....it has made my computer useless. If you could help I'd greatly appreciate it! Thanks



This question was answered on February 7, 2003. Much of the information contained herein may have changed since posting.

You must go into your BIOS setup and change the boot up process for your computer To enter the BIOS, when you start the computer press Del to enter the cmos setup utility and select the bios features setup and use the down arrow keys to the boot sequence and make the boot sequence A,C, Your present boot sequence is set to A Press f10 to save and exit setup restart your computer, upon restart boot up sequence will look for the A drive if not found will look for the C drive and boot up

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Posted by Eugene of Katharine Gibbs School - New York on February 7, 2003