Select proper boot device or insert boot media in selected boot device
Reboot and select proper boot device or insert boot media in selected boot device and press a key.
I'm running windows 7 which froze on me earlier ( I was just browsing the internet, and trying to open a program) when it froze, so I tried ctrl-alt-delete and selecting task manager, but after it didn't work I just rebooted.
Now, after attempting to reboot I am greeted by an error message. I see the Asus logo, which isthen followed by a flashing underscore (_) then the error message appears.
The message reads:
"reboot and select proper boot device or insert boot media in selected boot device and press a key."
I have checked my boot priority in BIOS and 1st is my HDD and 2nd is ATAPI CDROM.
Create a boot-able device
So I have a netbook that came with windows 7 starter. Yesterday it died and now it says it has "no bootable device -- insert boot disk and press any key" so I stayed up all last night trying to turn my flash drive into a bootable device,
I installed multiple programs on my flash drive but nothing worked.
The closest I got to anything working was when I (illegally) downloaded a windows 7 iso image thingy onto my flash drive but it seems you need an OS system to install an OS system or something anyway that didn't work.
I'm going on vacation soon and I need my netbook!
ASUS Laptop wont boot to Win7 (C:) partition
I accidentally booted into my asus recovery partition (by pressing F9) when trying to boot to the BIOS, and now every time I try and boot the computer, it boots right to the recovery partition and I can't get it to boot into my Windows drive.
not booting all the time
I have a 7 year old laptop (hp) with windows 7 fully updated(windows updates) I have run memtest, and drive inspector and cleaned with ccleaner, I only have avast and 3 or 4 programs starting on boot up.
my problem is the laptop will not boot evey time, it makes the usual noises but nothing happens, the on third or fourth try it will boot and run perfectly all day. it I switch off it might or might not boot up first time...
No boot device detected on computer startup
Recently I got a new hard drive and installed it with the intention to install windows 7 onto it from a disc. First, I decided I would copy a couple files onto it to make sure that I didn't lose a few of my documents during the change.
Now, whenever it starts, it gives the error "No boot device detected, insert system disk and press f1 to continue." So, I putin my windows 7 disk and rebooted the computer.
Windows installed just fine, and it functioned properly. However, when I turned off my computer, once I turned it on again it gave the same error. I found out that I could install windows 7and get it running, but when it turns off it seems like it no longer functions.
I have tried some other solutions and they have not worked. I am fairly certain that the hard drive is set up correctly.
Win 7 Dual boot
Can I make my system to have a dual boot both in win7 but one in 64 bit and the other 32 bit?
I think it is possible in XP to have dual boot or n-boot
Using Easy BCD - how do i get to the original boot up configuration?
I am just using one boot- Win7, SP1. so when I turn on the computer, it does the usual Win 7 normal startup sequences.
without elaborating, things happen, now the sequencing shows two possible booting options.
but when I boot up- a screen appears for a few seconds- acting as if I can make a choice. how do I make that screen disappear. so when I boot up again- it performs the usual normal Win 7startup procedures? smooth as silk, like before.
Boot issue: Press any key to boot from CD
One of the computers I maintain at work will not boot past the "Welcome" screen. It had a wireless keyboard and mouse. Oh, Compaq Pentium 4 1GB RAM 300GB HDD. (it is the oldest machine here) So the wireless keyboard did not make the setup or boot menu respond so I plugged in a USB keyboard.
I was able to get to Setup where the keyboard worked okay, set the boot order to CD/DVD in all four places, and hit F10 to save and exit.
PC went to the "Press any key to boot from CD" keyboard not recognized, boot from HDD. Shut down restarted, hit ESC for Boot menu.
Got the menu, keyboard would not respond had to shut down and restart again, I could not get to Safe Mode because again, the keyboard will not respond. I tried different USB keyboards, different USB ports, all the same.
I'm at my wit's end. I'm about ready to call it dead and replace it but I thought I would just post this here to see ifanyone had an idea that I didn't already have.
Alternative Boot Mgr. Win 7
I would like to know if an alternative Boot Mgr. is available to boot from Win 7 Home Premium to XP. The windows boot manager is not available for Home Premium. The upgrade to Win 7 Pro is $145.00 taxes in.
Restore Vista Dual Boot Options After Repair Install Of XP
I recently had to perform a repair install on WinXP Pro SP2 on a system which is dual boot with Vista Business 32-bit.
Since the repair install, the dual boot option menu no longer appears. I assume the repair install overwrote the relevant boot files on the C:\ drive.
How can I restore these options?
The boot screen either freezes or doesn't show
I turn on my computer, and two things happen: the boot screen either freezes or doesn't show. I try using advanced boot and select the repair your computer option. I shut down, and the computer boots as normal.
I think this problem has something to do with my graphics drivers. What do I do?
OS: Windows 7 SP1
RAM: 4 GB
GPU: NVidia GeForce GT 520. Driver version 301.42 is installed.
Install xp after 7 with dual boot
I have dell vostro 1520 laptop with windows 7 on it, but for using some hardware (CrossMatch fingerPrint) i have to install windows xp on it.
I install xp on separate partition from windows 7 , but after install it , my windows 7 didn't boot and work, I like to use both of them with dual boot.
Laptop fails to start
I just got this dell latitude d630, was working great. the boot selection failed because a required device is inaccessible. Insert your windows installation disc and restart.
click repair your computer. I do not have a windows 7 disc.
Compressed windows 7 hard drive, but it won't boot
I compressed my laptop to save on storage but the computer won't boot. Once started, it is bringing a message "TFGHT COMPRESSED PRESS CTRL+ALT +DEL TO RESTART" but it won't boot.
DVD not recognized by Windows 7
I have a system an ASUS mother board, running 32-bit Win7. I added a IDE hard drive with Win XP. So the XP hard drive and the DVD are on the same cable. The DVD is set to Master, the HDD set to slave. (Tried various combinations of this.)
I can boot to either drive at BIOS boot. I can also run the XP Setup disc. So the DVD works fine under XP.
When I book with Win7, the DVD and the XP drive do not show up in the Device Manager. Tried an MS Fix it. Win7 just ignores both devices on the IDE socket.
Computer will not boot up and does not recognize the internal hard drive
I am unable to boot up my computer without the windows 7 installation disk. If I try without an installation disk, an error message comes up saying that there is no bootable device and a bootable disk must be inserted.
However, when running the computer with the windows installation disk, it goes directly to the windows setup screen without prompting so. Then, to top it all off, when asked to select an existing drive to work with, no drive appears and thus, the selection box is blank.
When trying system repair, the problem cannot be identified and system restore cannot fix the problem either.
But, I am certain that the drive still works because it can be heard within the computer when it is working. What should I do? Nothing seems to work.
Add "Safe Mode" to Windows Boot Manager Screen
This will show you how to add Windows 7 Safe Mode to the Windows Boot Manager to be able to easily select to startup into Safe Mode, Windows 7, or any other installed OS at boot from the Windows Boot Manager screen.
Moving Windows 7 64-bit OS and Data to a OCZ RevoDrive Hybrid as boot disk)
I have the opportunity of getting a new OCZ RVDHY-FH-1T RevoDrive Hybrid PCI-Express Drive very cheaply from a store that is closing down. It seems a pity not to use it(!) I understand from the product manual on the OCZ web site that the drive must be used as a boot drive and that boot drivers (F6) must be installed prior to setting up windows as an OS.
Can anyone advise whether or not there is a way I would be able to use MS Windows 7 64-bit on the OCZ hybrid to install a full system backup of my existing Windows 7 64-bit boot drive? Would I have to first do a clean install of Widows 7 64-bit on the new OCZ hybrid (including pre-instaling boot drivers (F6) as part of the setup procedure) and THEN use the clean Windows 7 installation toinstall the backup "over itself"?
Boot disk not showing hard drive partition - lenovo Y510
It's main problem is while I insert my boot disk it is not showing my hard drive partitions
Windows Boot Manager leeps reappearing at bootup
I was unable to do, from Windows, a non format non -destruct reinstall a certain way. so I thought if I could have the computer boot up to install win7 sp1 this might work.
now when I start the booting up process, the windows boot manager appears and gives a quick glimpse of alternatives- go to install or go to win 7. I have to go to Win 7 and then the windows 7 opening scren appears (password screen). then it is business as usual.
is there a way to avoid this 2nd step?