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the following configuration options has automatically updated

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  1. zarvin

    zarvin Thread Starter

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    so recently removed the optical drive from my old computer I currently play games on and placed it in my new computer I went to turn on my old computer that I took the disk drive from and I got this message I cant seem to click anything when I click something on my keyboard nothing happens. I know its plugged in because I have back lit lights and its in.




    the message says,


    8192 MB




    Initializing Intel(R) boot agent GE v1.3.24
    PXE 2.1 build 086 (WFM 2.0)




    The following configuration options were automatically updated:
    Disk: 1 TB WDC WD1000FYPS-01ZKB0
    If running Unix, You need to configure your system using the computer setup utility (F10)


    f1:save changes f9: boot menu f10: setup f12: network




    I bought this comp from my friend so I have really no clue whats inside pls help.
     
  2. plodr

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    This
    tells me it is trying to boot from a networked drive, which you don't have.

    This tells me you need to press F10 to get into the BIOS aka setup.

    When in there, use the arrow keys and look for the Boot tab section.
    Make sure that the 1 TB WDC WD1000FYPS-01ZKB0
    your internal hard drive is the first boot device.
    The CD/DVD drive might be listed first but since you removed it, the computer is confused.
     
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