One of the changes with the Bios version RB4 is the available choice for another operating system. The thing is, I cannot find a manual which explains the Bios settings like Asus does with its MoBo’s. Windows ending in a safe mode even though no prior Windows installation had been carried out or crashed. First hardware check shows blowed-up AGP card, I removed it. Write a customer review.
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Over a Month Ago Time Zone: If it was an option that was available before then I would expect hitting the ‘F8’ key to load the failsafe defaults would set it back to a configuration where it could be selected again. Don’t see what you’re looking for? But neither worked out as during reboot the black screen appears again with the choices F1 for Bios setup or F2 which will reset to default setting in this case for the os happen to be Windows.
Yes No I don’t have a dog. Didn’t see anything indicating whether this was changed behaviour or whether it’s just not an option. Write a customer review. At the bios, boot from dvd is set. Amazon Business Service for business customers. In virtual mini XP I remain unable to get into diagnostic tools.
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Linux installation get stuck. Net cannot verify the validity of the statements made on this site. Former owner stated that original disk has been disposed due to a crash.
There was a problem completing your request. Hi guys I know this may not directly be related to Ubuntu itself however it is odd as this has never happened before. Unlimited One-Day Delivery and more. Or if not possible, how to make the BIOS ungrey the option if there is another option preventing it from being changed or if the harddrives need configuring etc. When passing cmos, dvd speed up and does not show message “press any key Having the operating system changed into “other os” for Linux boot CD and then rebooting the system results in a black screen that presents “cmos checksum bad” and the choice for either, F1 which will bring you to the setup screen, or F2 which will reset to the default settings and then boot to whatever device has been set as first boot device.
Windows ending in a safe mode even though no prior Windows installation had been carried out or crashed.
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We don’t know when or if this item will be back in stock. Either way, the result remain the same which is reset back to default. You can edit your question or post anyway.
If this is the case it may be an option related to caching, the way the BIOS functions are accessed or something along those lines. Thousands of users k3640 to help!
Get to Know Us. There happen to be another Bios update available, RC2. Thanks I will take another look.
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BIOS updates may change how or if these options work as well. I don’t see anything right off the bat on a quick search that shows what the bios options you have look like.
Btw, no other hardware is connected to the system during any attempt installing either Windows or Linux. Still I remain unable to get Vista or Linux installed as the process bring me satq into save mode with Vista and the boot stuck with Linux.
One of the changes with the Bios version RB4 is the available choice for another operating system. First hardware check shows blowed-up AGP card, I removed it. As for the BIOS settings, if you’re familiar with them from other systems, they should be fairly self explanatory.
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