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Post by J.T. on Sat 26 Oct 2013, 08:44

Hello everyone,

My friend is having a nasty problem and I am not sure what can be done to fix his:



I told him to go through BIOS and set HDD priority. He did, but it didn't work for him. Shocked 

While I am still looking for solutions in Google, I am open to all solutions.

His computer model is from ASUS. If you guys need the info of all his hardware, please let me know. I will ask him, but I cannot gurantee that he will be able to answer it lol! .

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Post by charmedboy1689 on Sat 26 Oct 2013, 09:10

hmm. seems like is computer got his booting sequence corrupted. was he trying to install a new windows? or a linux operation system on the side?

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Post by J.T. on Sat 26 Oct 2013, 09:14

@charmedboy1689 wrote:hmm. seems like is computer got his booting sequence corrupted. was he trying to install a new windows? or a linux operation system on the side?
Nope, he didn't install anything on his computer. He just booted his computer and that happened...


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Post by charmedboy1689 on Sat 26 Oct 2013, 09:16

well it seems like he corrupted his bios. can he enter bios again?  or is it right from start?

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Post by J.T. on Sat 26 Oct 2013, 09:36

@charmedboy1689 wrote:well it seems like he corrupted his bios. can he enter bios again?  or is it right from start?
He can enter BIOS, and he has set HDD priority. Anyhow, it doesn't work.

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Post by charmedboy1689 on Sat 26 Oct 2013, 09:39

im sorry but i think the only solution is to re install the pc. cause then there is something in bios conflicting with what windows want with bios. it may be a virus causing this

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Post by Webmaster on Sat 26 Oct 2013, 13:07

Hi there,

What if he tries disconnecting all media that could be seen as a bootable media, except for the one that his actual OS is on? (So disconnect all other HDDs, optical drives, etc.)

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