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How To Open BIOS Settings In Windows 7
 
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How to open bios settings and setup in Windows 7.Also how to boot computer from CD/DVD/USB by changing the boot order in the bios. Your computer includes a BIOS Setup utility for changing important computer settings. This document does not define specific default BIOS settings because too many differences exist between computer models. This document includes typical examples. Your system might be different. Keys to press (possibly some variation, but give these a try first): Dell: F2 HP:F10 Acer:F2 Asus:F2 Toshiba:F2 Lenovo:F1 (or F2) This tutorial will apply for computers, laptops, desktops,and tablets running the Windows 10, Windows 8/8.1, Windows 7 operating systems.Works for all major computer manufactures (Dell, HP, Acer, Asus, Toshiba, Lenovo, Samsung).
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How ! ASUS Laptop BOOT Menu Bios Settings ! Secure BOOT ! Boot from USB ! DVD Room ,
 
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How ! ASUS Laptop BOOT Menu Bios Settings ! Secure BOOT ! Boot from USB ! DVD Room , Press “ESC” or “F2” to enter the BIOS setup. Under the “Security” tab, disable “Secure Boot Control” Under the “Boot” tab, enable “Launch CSM” Save the changes and exit. Press “ESC” or “F2” to enter the BIOS setup again Then Select USB Drive OR DVD room. https://fkbajwa.blogspot.com/
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How to Go to the BIOS settings
 
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For HP: after press the power button___Repeatedly Press "esc" key the bottom of the left corner____ Then you know which way you go........
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How To Open BIOS Settings On Windows (For Different Laptops/PC Models)
 
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all boot options are tried
 
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المرجو دعمنا بالإشتراك والإعجاب Please click like and subscribe Please support us by admiring and subscribing mohamed akbib www.facebook.com/mdakbib . all boot options are tried. press f4 key to recover with factory image using recovery or any other keys for next boot loop iteration
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[HP g6 LAPTOP] Best Solution to "BOOT DEVICE NOT FOUND" - Hard Disc (3F0)
 
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How To Enter/Access System BIOS or CMOS Setup
 
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Boot\access setup your system configuration CMOS or BIOS, UEFI, setup program on your windows computer or laptop. The basic input/output system (bios) is easy to get into by pressing the correct key at startup. I show how to do this on a compaq presario laptop running windows vista. My YouTube GEAR 2018: Mavic 2 Zoom & Fly More Kit Amazon ➜ https://amzn.to/2C76gSM GoPro Hero 7 Black Amazon ➜ https://amzn.to/2q5eJxe Canon Camera Rebel SL2 Amazon ➜ http://amzn.to/2AkNt0V Rode Videomic Pro-R+ Amazon ➜ http://amzn.to/2ocdhLd JOBY GorillaPod 3K Kit Amazon ➜ http://amzn.to/2yog2ZU JOBY GorillaPod GoPro Tripod Amazon ➜ https://amzn.to/2KHaYpn Logitech BRIO 4K Webcam Amazon ➜ https://amzn.to/2P09BFS Blue Yeti Pro USB Microphone Amazon ➜ https://amzn.to/2OsTqzK DISCLAIMER: I am a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for me to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites. If you click on any of the product links provided I could earn a commission. Thank you all for your support.
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How to Configure Boot Settings in Windows 10 (Official Dell Tech Support)
 
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Learn how to configure boot settings in Windows 10 and gain a better understanding of the bios boot options available including Legacy and UEFI. For more information please visit http://dell.com/support For support questions email us at [email protected] VIDEO TRANSCRIPT Welcome to Dell Tech Support. Want to know more about how the boot process of your computer works? In today’s video we’ll cover this, as well as how to customize the boot process according to your needs. When you turn on the computer, it goes through the following steps. The BIOS loads all the physical components first. Then the POST does a quick check on all of them to make sure each one is okay. And finally the BOOT loads and starts the Operating System, this of course all happens in just a few quick seconds. To customize the BOOT process, turn on your computer and press the F2 key repeatedly to access the BIOS. Go to the BOOT tab and check the options available for customization. The Secure Boot is responsible for protecting your Operating System. When this option is Enabled, your system can only be replaced or partitioned through the restoration process (DELL warranty covers ONLY the original Operating System). Legacy Option ROMs (Read Only Memory) is responsible for the default Legacy BIOS. It’s best to keep this option default as Enabled. But if you do decide to change it, back up your data beforehand as this type of change will be applied to your Operating System. The Boot List Option has 2 options: Legacy and UEFI. This is basically the firmware option you can choose to boot your device. Legacy is the oldest firmware for Operating Systems that will work with the MBR file format (Master Boot Record). UEFI stands for Unified Extensible Firmware Interface which speeds up the boot process but also protects the Operating System. It prevents a new system from being installed over the original factory installation and it is not possible to create other partitions in this mode. For additional information on understanding Boot Options within BIOS, check out the link provided in the video description below. http://www.dell.com/support/article/us/en/4/SLN142679/EN
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How To Enable Function Keys (Fn) On Your Computer / Disable Hot Keys
 
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How to enable function keys on your Windows computer. This tutorial will apply for computers, laptops, desktops,and tablets running the Windows 10, Windows 8/8.1, Windows 7 operating systems.Works for all major computer manufactures (Dell, HP, Acer, Asus, Toshiba, Lenovo, Samsung).
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Press F1 to Run SETUP Press F2 to Load default values and countinue
 
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Fix issue by Bios Setting .... Just Watch
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HP Laptop Startup Boot Menu - Quick Guide
 
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PLEASE SUBSCRIBE IF THIS HELPS YOU - IT HELPS ME :-) Here is a very quick video on how to enter the HP Boot Menu from a HP Laptop. Step 1 - Press the power on button. Step 2 - Quickly start pressing the ESC key on the keyboard of the laptop. Step 3 - You should now be in the HP Laptop STartup Boot Menu. From there you can press the following keys. F1 - System Information F2 - System Diagnostics F7 - HP SpareKey F9 - Boot Device Information F10 - BIOS Setup F11 - System Recovery ENTER - Continue Startup into your Operating System. This guide can also be used for HP Boot Menu Windows 10, Windows 7, Windows 8 and other operating systems.
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FIX  PRESS F1 TO BOOT ERROR ON PC
 
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keep having to press F1 to boot PC Fix had that problem for over 1 1/2..Finally got a fix,Dell Inspiron 530,windows7,dell inspiron 530 Press f1 boot problem
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how to repair windows asus laptop boot auto open fix solution essay
 
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IX THE BOOT FAILED/NO BOOT MEDIA/IPV6 IPV4 BOOT FAIL HARD DISK NOT DETECTED IN YOUR BIOS SETTINGS OF THE PC LAPTOP IN A MINUTE. fix Windows 10 start-up problems PRESS FN+F2 F2 TO GO TO THE BIOS SETTINGS BEFORE THE COMPUTER SYSTEM THEN MAKE SURE EVERYTHING'S ENABLED AND DISABLEDResetting BIOS to default values (or Aptio in this exact case) might work, too. Of course, we say ”might” with the premise that your HDD is working as intended. If that’s the case, resetting BIOS settings should resolve possible issues and you’ll be able to boot againIf you can, then we are in luck. If you cannot, and there is no way out of the loop, then you WILL need a Windows 8 installation/repair disk to fix the issue. If you can, we are going to use BOOTREC to fix your problem, hope you are ready Step 1: Open up Command Prompt CMD from Advanced Startup. Step 2: Type in the following lines, and press Enter after each line: bootrec fixMBR bootrec Fixboot bootrec rebuildBCD Step 3: I highly recomend doing a Check Disk on your OS drive just to make sure that everything is where it should be. Type this into Command Prompt and hit enter again. chkdsk r c: Step 4: Restart, and then Magic. The process I listed above should work without a hitch, unless there is a bigger issue at hand. Possible Issues: your Windows 8 install could be corrupted and that is what is making Automatic Repair freeze; your HDD has bad sectors and Automatic Repair is trying to pull data from one of those sectors thus freezing; your BCD is too badly damaged to repair and the only option is a complete reformat. There are manypossibilities, but who knows until you try that first thing. have an asus laptop. I got windows 8.1 on it. One day, when i tried to turn it on, it said preparing automatic repair, followed by a black screen(but it was still on). I left it on for 2 days, and decided to manually shut it down. The problem persisted. One day, after many tries, i got access to it. Then i tried setting up windows 7, in hope that it was just a problem with windows 8.1. It wasn't. When windows 7 was installing, it needed to restart. When it did, it took me to a screen with the boot manager, now having two options. Windows setup, and windows 8.1. When it went to that screen, I let it automatically go on windows setup, which was highlighted. It froze at the screen where it said starting windows with the logo. After waiting a while, i manually shut it down. Now, i couldnt access anythingn except the "aptio setup utility" when i press f2 on boot. Ive tried booting it with a flash drive i have no disc) that had windows 8.1 setup. It didnt boot it. I also tried with windows 7 and same outcome. I was able to boot a linux mint cinnamon. It didnt work for any other os i tried. When i tried to boot with windows 8.1, 7, and linux i burned the iso to the flashdrive. If anyone knows the problem, please tell me. I have been trying to solve this for over a month
Views: 46061 micro video
Dell Dimension C521.  Get into Bios Setup using F2 key during startup
 
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Disclaimer: Boring Video. If you want to get into the bios screen on your Dell Dimension C521 (it actually says on the boot up screen to just press F2). Just press F2 repeatedly during startup and you will load into the bios setup screen. I believe F12 is to get into the Boot Select screen... although I could be wrong.
Views: 7803 aleks dude
Operating System not found Solution PC [2017] HD
 
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Written instructions: Whats going on guys today im going to be showing you how to fix a common error “operating system not found” or “Boot device not found”. This can be extremely frustrating as you have a lot of important data on your computer/laptop that you don’t want to lose. Here are some easy steps on fixing your computer/laptop (P.S this works for most windows operating systems including windows 8 , 7 and XP) And it should also work with all major laptop brands such as HP,Sony (vaio) ,Samsung,Toshiba (etc). For this specific tutorial an Hp Envy m6 1205dx was used as well as a Sony Vaio . Step by step instructions: Grab a screw driver (size according to your laptop) and shut your computer down Unscrew the screws that are covering the hard drive (Usually at the bottom of the laptop and looks like this) Unscrew all the screws mounting the hard drive and make sure you disconnect your hard drive If you have dropped your laptop before or move it too much then the connectors may have became loose so simply reconnect it and blow any surrounding dust off of your hard drive. If this does not work then your hard drive may be messed up and you should try snap in a temporary hard drive from someone else.Please share this video and subscribe if it helped! Song Credit: "Dirt Rhodes" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Watch: "Lotus Elise reactions Part 1" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UxunE-m2KeA -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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How To Get Into The BIOS On Windows 10
 
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Hello everyone. I want to start off by saying I'm sorry I haven't' uploaded for a while but school has been taking up most of my time lately =,(. In this video I am going to show you how to get into the windows 10 BIOS. windows 10 is different then windows 7 so this will show you how to get to them on windows 10 if you don't know how to. I hope this helps! ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Please Like, Comment, Share and Subscribe! Follow us on Google +: https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/112751264168366975245/112751264168366975245/posts Check out our website: http://toadsgaming.weebly.com/
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How to change boot sequence in lenovo laptop
 
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Keep pressing F2 during booting
How To Change Boot Order In Computer BIOS [For Beginners]
 
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This tutorial demonstrates how to launch the built-in BIOS utility to change the boot order of your devices on your computer. If you are looking to set the primary boot device to a usb flash drive/stick or CD/DVD follow these steps. If you ever want to change these settings back, you can do so following the keyboard shortcuts located in the BIOS. Remember to always save your changes before closing out of the utility. To boot from a CD, DVD or USB device, make sure that the device has boot sequence priority over the hard drive. BIOS (Basic Input Output Subsystem) is a programmable chip that controls how information is passed to various devices in the computer system. A typical method to access the BIOS settings screen is to press ESC, F1, F2, F8 or F10 during the boot sequence. BIOS settings allow you to run a boot sequence from a floppy drive, a hard drive, a CD-ROM drive or an external device. You may configure the order that your computer searches these physical devices for the boot sequence. The first device in the order list has the first boot priority. For example, to boot from a CD-ROM drive instead of a hard drive, place the CD-ROM drive ahead of the hard drive in priority. Before you set boot priority for a USB device, plug the device into a USB port. To specify the boot sequence: 1. Start the computer and press ESC, F1, F2, F8 or F10 during the initial startup screen. Depending on the BIOS manufacturer, a menu may appear. 2. Choose to enter BIOS setup. The BIOS setup utility page appears. 3. Use the arrow keys to select the BOOT tab. System devices appear in order of priority. 4. To give a CD or DVD drive boot sequence priority over the hard drive, move it to the first position in the list. 5. To give a USB device boot sequence priority over the hard drive, do the following: Move the hard drive device to the top of the boot sequence list. Expand the hard drive device to display all hard drives. Move the USB device to the top of the list of hard drives. Save and exit the BIOS setup utility. 6. The computer will restart with the changed settings. 7. Boot Priority Options Some computer manufacturers allow you to select the device that contains the boot sequence from a special device selection menu. The example below uses a Dell system board. To set boot priority using a device selection menu: 1.When the computer starts to boot up, after the manufacturer's ID screen, press F12 several times. The device selection menu appears. 2. Use the up and down arrows to select CD-ROM or an USB Flash Drive. 3. To boot from the selected device, press ENTER. Note: Using an incorrect BIOS setting can cause a system malfunction. Please follow the BIOS guide provided with your computer motherboard. If you read these instructions and you are not sure how to change a setting, it is better to leave it as the default setting. This tutorial will apply for computers, laptops, desktops,and tablets running the Windows 10, Windows 8/8.1, Windows 7 operating systems.Works for all major computer manufactures (Dell, HP, Acer, Asus, Toshiba, Lenovo, Samsung).
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Advanced Boot Options in Windows 7
 
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Learn about the Advanced Boot Options available to get your computer going if it won’t start normally. Show Notes: http://helpfulvideotips.com/pdfs/AdvancedBootOptionsInWindows7.pdf
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How to Enable Acer Boot Menu
 
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How to Enable Acer Boot menu Acer F12 boot menu Enabling in a few steps. Enabling the F12 function: 1. Power on the system. As soon as the first logo screen appears, immediately press the F2 key, or the DEL key if you have a desktop, to enter the BIOS. 2. Press the right arrow key to select Main. Use the arrow keys to navigate to F12 Boot Menu, and press ENTER. 3. Select Enabled, and press ENTER. 4. Press the F10 key to save changes and restart the system Thanks for Watching! Subscribe for more interesting Videos.
Views: 82484 John Galiwango
How to Fix "F1" Error at Startup of PC
 
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Strike F1 to retry boot, F2 for setup utility - Dell OptiPlex GX270
 
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Solución del error que no nos dejaba instalar Windows
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All step guide How to setup Windows 10 from a USB Flash Drive  (include link down tool)
 
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https://www.ngolongtech.net/2017/06/all-step-guide-how-to-setup-windows-10.html All step guide How to setup Windows 10 from a USB Flash Drive Link down win 7dvd tool : http://wudt.codeplex.com/ List of boot menu keys for all laptop and pc: stem BIOS Boot Keys for Laptops/Desktop PCs Here is my list of Laptop and Desktop System Boots Codes for various vendors. It's great if you're a techy like me and you're trying to remember what code to use for a particular brand or model of computer. Note, not all keys will work as some models have different key combinations to others. Acer F2 (BIOS Setup) F12 (Boot Device Options) ALT + F10 (Acer eRecovery) ASUS ESC (Boot Selection Menu) F2 (BIOS Setup) F9 (Asus Laptop Recovery) Apple (Models 2006+) Command + Option + P + R (PRAM and NVRAM Reset) Command + S (Boot into Single-User Mode) Command + V (Boot with Verbose Status) Option (Select Hard Drive Boot Volume) Option + N (Boot Image from Netboot Server) Shift (Boot into Safe Mode) C (Boot from CD Drive) D (Boot from OS/X Recovery and perform Hardware Test) N (Boot from Network) Dell CTRL + F11 (Dell™ PC Restore by Symantec) F8 (Repair Your Computer) Dell Factory Image Restore EI Systems F10 (System Recovery) Fujitsu F2 (BIOS Setup) F12 (Boot Menu) Gateway F11 or R (Gateway Recovery) HP / Compaq Desktops F10 (HP Recovery) HP Pavilion / Compaq Laptops ESC (Startup Menu) F1 (System Information) F2 (System Diagnostic) F9 (Boot Device Options) F10 (BIOS Setup) F11 (System Recovery) IBM ThinkPad F11 (IBM Product Recovery) Intel NUC F2 (System Setup) F7 (BIOS Update) F10 (Boot Menu) Lenovo Lenovo-OneKey-Button15x15 (Lenovo OneKey Rescue System) F2 (BIOS Setup) Packard Bell F11 (Recovery Program) Sony Vaio F10 (VAIO Recovery Wizard) Toshiba 0 (zero) (Toshiba Harddrive Recovery Utility) F2 (Setup Utility) F8 (Advanced Boot Options Menu) F12 (Boot Menu)
Views: 195 Ngô Hải Long
How to change boot priority sequence in BIOS Acer
 
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During booting, keep pressing F2 key to enter BIOS settings. Use arrow keys to select menu item. Use F5/F6 to change values(This is for Acer. You need watch the screen hints and follow the instructions in other brands,which might need to press F10, Del, or Esc to enter BIOS settings)
Solution to Black screen after factory resetting Windows 10
 
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Step by step to solve this annoying issue! Do this at your own risk... I'm just showing you guys one way that it can be resolved.
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Understanding the BIOS of a desktop computer (Hindi) (हिन्दी)
 
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This video will help you understand the BIOS of a desktop computer. इस पाठ में आप डेस्कटॉप कम्प्युटर के बायोस के बारे में सीखेंगे।
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How To Change First Boot Device in BIOS to Boot From CD/DVD
 
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Changing the boot order on a PC is mostly done in order to boot from a recovery disk or from an OEM disc to run some kind of Windows repair software On a Dell machine it's usually F2, Toshiba is F1 or ESC, HP is F1 or F2 to start up in the BIOS.
Views: 717641 AvoidErrors
how to boot from USB drive in samsung laptop
 
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how to boot from USB drive in samsung laptop Press F2 Go to bios settings "Fast Bios Mode" and disable. save and exit then press boot menu key F10 Email id [email protected] Social Media Link https://www.facebook.com/chip.focus.7 Website http://www.chipfocus.com/ Thanks for Your Support if you like this video please subscribe this channel
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HOW TO FIX (USING BIOS)BOOT FAILED/NO BOOT DEVICE /HARDDISK NOT DETECTED PROBLEM BIOS
 
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ALL IN ONE VIDEO! FIX THE BOOT FAILED/NO BOOT MEDIA/IPV6 IPV4 BOOT FAIL/HARD DISK NOT DETECTED IN YOUR BIOS SETTINGS OF THE PC/LAPTOP IN A MINUTE. PRESS FN+F2/F2 TO GO TO THE BIOS SETTINGS BEFORE THE COMPUTER SYSTEM THEN MAKE SURE EVERYTHING'S ENABLED AND DISABLED AS IN VIDEO BOOT FIX/ NO BOOT DEVICE CHECKING MEDIA My Official Accounts : Find me on -- Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/Ayoshiss Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/ayoshiss/
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Boot Device Not Found Hard Disk(3FO) FIX HP
 
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How to Install Windows 10 from Bootable USB Flash Drive on Windows 7 PC (Windows 10 Installation)
 
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►I Have Activated and Installed my Windows 10 Using Genuine Product Key from: https://goo.gl/a8ciQb , It's the cheapest way to activate windows, I recommend How to Install Windows 10 from Bootable USB Flash Drive on Windows 7 PC: At first, you would need to make Windows 10 Bootable USB Flash Drive for Windows 10 Installation. Check out the Video Link in the description on How to Make a Bootable USB for Windows 10. And after that, follow this tutorial on How to Install Windows 10 from a USB Flash Drive on Windows 7 PC. ►For More Details, Visit: https://goo.gl/o4k65Q ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ►Make Bootable USB for Windows 10: https://goo.gl/TZy8uf ►Activate Any Windows Free: https://goo.gl/niuXhB ►More Cool Tips & Tricks: https://goo.gl/J0zUMB ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ If this Helped, then Do ♥ || LIKE || SHARE || SUBSCRIBE || ----------------------------------------------------------------- ♥SUBSCRIBE: https://goo.gl/TpiwfA ♥Facebook: https://goo.gl/pzQ5QJ ♥Twitter: https://goo.gl/wJRAFf ♥Google Plus: https://goo.gl/xik15n ♥Blog: https://goo.gl/hft41w ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Any QUESTIONS? Feel Free to Share it via COMMENT Section. --------------------------------------------------------------------- ►Royalty Free MUSIC: LeCube - Olympus ---------------------------------------------------------------- ►How_to_Install_Windows_10_from_Bootable_USB_Flash Drive: Once you create a Bootable USB Flash Drive, Insert the Bootable USB into the PC on which you want to install Windows 10. Then go to "Boot" Menu in your PC's BIOS or UEFI Settings and change the Boot order to USB. To do this: 1. Restart your PC and as the computer is starting up, immediately Press a Specific Key or Combination of Keys such as F1, F2, F10, F11, F12, Esc, Delete or Ctrl+Alt+Esc. This varies from PC to PC. Generally this Key is displayed on screen during the boot process. You can also visit your system manufacturer's website or just search for "your system model number bios key" on Google. 2. Once you are in the BIOS, use the Arrows key to go to "Boot" option on the Menu. Generally, there will be a tab on the menu named Boot. If not, then Boot option may be located beneath another tab. 3. Options displayed in the Boot section also differs from PC to PC. So you never know, if you find "Boot Mode", then change it to "Legacy Support", "Boot Priority" to "Legacy First", "USB Boot/External Device Boot" to "Enable", "Network Boot" to "Disable", "Fast Boot" to "Disable" and so on. 4. Look for the list that says "Boot Options Priorities/Boot Options/Boot Priorities". If Boot Options/Boot Priority is not mentioned then just look for a list that shows your Internal Hard Disk Drive or your USB drive or says Primary Boot, Internal Hard Disk Drive, Internal Optical Disk Drive, Network, External Device, Removable Device. 5. To make USB flash device as the First Boot device or say to boot form the USB, you would need to Press Enter to enable or disable the USB as the Primary boot device or use the Arrows Key or + - Keys to move USB at the top in the Boot Priority list. This options also slightly differs from PC to PC. So give it a try and you would know. USB Device can also be named as Removable Device/External Device. 6. After setting the Boot Order to USB device, go to "Save & Exit" tab and Select "Save Changes & Exit" and Press Enter to save the changes and your PC will restart. You can also directly Press F10 (Works for most PC) to Save the settings & Exit. Make sure your Select "Save Changes & Exit/Save & Exit" option and not the "Discard Changes & Exit" option. When the computer Restarts, it will boot from the USB Flash device and it will start to Install Windows 10 on Windows 7 PC. ►More Cool Tips & Tricks: https://goo.gl/J0zUMB -------------------------------------------------------------------- If this Helped, then Do ♥ || LIKE || SHARE || SUBSCRIBE || -----------------------------------------------------------------
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ASUS BIOS Secure Boot Disable
 
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How To Enter Bios Setup and Boot Menu On Lenovo G50 70 Laptop -  TricK i Know
 
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▶▶ How to make a Bootable USB: https://youtu.be/OksMB_Pz8QA Hi friends new lenovo laptops are awesome , if you searching to install windows on your Lenovo G50 70 or any other G400/G500/G405/G505/G410/ Etc, the boot menu or BIOS Setup are not available on any function keys. See what is the secret to Open a Bios Setup or Boot Menu on Lenovo G50 Laptop Series to Install Windows. ▶▶ Lenovo G50-80 New Video : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F8zaFeBqg1U&t View My Videos : https://www.youtube.com/user/TrickiKn... Our Website : http://trickiknow.com More Useful Videos From "Trick i Know" (This Channel) ►► HP Notebook 15 Boot from USB (Windows Installation): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rGZtR15okRk ►► How to install windows in Asus X Series Laptop: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kWy4wEAxC5w&t ►► How to Boot Asus F550 Laptop From USB Drive: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dlT3csBFB0c&t ►► How to replace CMOS Battery in Dell Inspiron Laptops: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dpaTNx0E5dM ►► How to Enable boot option in HP 2000 Laptops: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AB7-n9H93Cg&t ►► Lenovo Laptop Keyboard Replacement guide video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yOE2-XesL5M&t
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[How To] - Disable Automatic Restart on System Failure
 
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How to "Disable Automatic Restart on System Failure" There are situations when your system keeps restarting on its own. It continuously restarting that you wont even get the time to see the error on blue screen or perform any operation. In short it goes into a Restart Loop. So in this video first I will show you how to disable that continuous restart issue and then you can easily get to the advanced option. This can be achieved by "Disable Automatic Restart on System Failure" through Advanced Boot Menu. So there are multiple ways of doing that. If you are using Windows 7 then on startup the computer pressing F8 can get you to this advanced boot menu option. But this may differe from system to system. You may have to use FN key along with F8. In windows 8 you need to use the the same key along with Shift or FN. or you can use the Installation CD or Bootable USB. So I am going to show you how to get to that option using USB. The process is same for installation CD. First go to the BIOS Setting. In my system I am able to go to BIOS using F2 key. It may be different in your case. You can easily find out the which key is used to go to the BIOS by simply paying attention while your system is started. It displays the option. ON the top of the section you will see five different tabs. Main, Advanced, Security, Boot and Exit. Again it may differe from system to system having less or more option in different order. Now the first thing you need to do in order to boot the system through Disk or USB is to change the boot order from BIOS. So once your control is over the Mail Tab here, then simply press the right key from your key board to move it to the 4th option BOOT. Here You can see different boot device is some order. In my case I am going to boot from USB so the first boot device is set as +Removable Devices. If you want to set the first boot device as Disk then press the down arrow to move the control over CD-ROM Drive. Then at the bottom of the screen the instructions are there how to move it to the first place. Here it says Change Values by using + or - Sign along with Shift. So you want to move it to Upward, press + sign untill it reaches to the top. Once you set the boot device order, then in order to save the changes press F10 Key from the keyboard. In some system you need to press fn+F10 to save the changes. Now as soon as you save the changes, your system gets restarted and then it will find the boot device as per your preference. In my case it will detect a bootable USB device and try to boot from it. click on next. Here instead of clicking on Install Now, chose the option, repair now. Select the option troubleshoot. You will have multiple options to troubleshoot. Like Refresh Your PC, Reset Your PC, and Advanced Options. Click on advanced options. So this is the option, lot of people were not able to get while solving the issue. If you have the Installation CD, follow the same. Or make a bootable USB using the method shown in this link, and follow the process shown in this video. Once you get to the advanced option, further process of resolving this error is shown in a seperate video. Here we are trying to get out of that Continuous Restart Loop. So once you click on Advanced option, click on Startup settings. So this is the Advanced Boot Options Screen. Where you can find multiple option and the very last option is "Disable automatic restart on system failure." Here the screen says, restart to change windows options such as one of this. So click on Restart and you will get this screen. And now here you will have the choice to select any of these options. We need to select the last option so it says, press a number to choose from the options below. For that use number key or function keys f1-f9. Our needed option is listed a 9th number, so press F9 or 9 number from numpad and your system will be released from the curse of getting continuous restart. Still your issue of this error will not get resolved, but at least, you will be able to follow the process shown in this video to get your issue resolved. I hope you liked the video. Keep sharing it, provide your valuable comment in the below comment box and do not forget to hit the subscribe button. Thanks.
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How to Enable USB Boot Option on Dell Inspiron
 
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How to Enable USB Boot Option on Dell Inspiron N5010 1.Restart the computer and press f2 while starting up. This enters the setup program. 2.Select the Boot tab and change to Legacy Boot, Secure Boot Off. After restarting, this shows the boot sequence and the order can be changed using +/- keys. 3.I then change the boot order to. CD/DVD. USB drive. Hard drive. To specify the boot sequence: /Start the computer and press ESC, F1, F2, F8 or F10 during the initial startup screen. ... /Choose to enter BIOS setup. ... Use the arrow keys to select the BOOT tab. ... /To give a CD or DVD drive boot sequence priority over the hard drive, move it to the first position in the list. Don't forget to Subscribe to this Channnel : https://www.youtube.com/user/johnsodev2 Thanks for watching see you in the Next Video.
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Dell Boot Sequence Problem Solution
 
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I got several Dell Dimension E521s from a office that was closing down, they didn't come with any hard drives. So, I didn't know if they would work or not. After a week, I got 2 used hard drives from a computer store that deal in used computer equipment and computers for about $10 for a 250 gb hdd, and $5 for a 160 gb hdd. I installed them onto both computers, and one of the computers had a problem booting. I put the operating system in the DVD drive, and it didn't work. I proceeded to the BIOs to change the boot sequence. I put the CD/DVD-ROM drive first, and the hard drive next. However, the only drive that was numbered was the USB device. The next thing I did was save the information I changed on the BIOs and exited the BIOs. The operating system was in the drive, and it did not work again. I never encountered anything like this before, I was perplexed. I came with another idea. I went to the BIOs and I went to the BIOs sequence menu again. Then, pressed the spacebar to number the sequence, and it worked. Correct Boot Sequence 1. DVD-ROM/CD-ROM 2. Hard Drive Incorrect Boot Sequence DVD-ROM/CD-ROM Hard Drive 1. usb boot drive I guess, you learn something new everyday. Buying old computers for cheap and upgrading to the limit are one of my hobbies. I have some experience with this model. I was able to upgrade the Dell Dimension E-521 to a very modern system which I use at my office today. The specs are as follows. CPU: Athlon 64 x 2 5600+ 2.9 ghzs GPU: PNY Geforce GT 740 1 gb DDR5 RAM: 8 gbs DDR2 PC-5300 667 mhzs Hard Drive: Western Digital 1 TB sata 3 DVD-ROM: Samsung SSH-224 sata 3 Operating System: Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bits The system works well. I can play mp3s on it while I am at work. I can watch or listen to Youtube videos while I am using other work applications. It can handle everything I throw at it. For me it is different, I am a independent contractor, so I have to provide myself with my own equipment. I had a Intel I7 4790 at my office, and I used the modernized Dell Dimension E-521 instead. I got the computer for free, but I had to upgrade it. Dell No boot device available problem fix https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mvJ_wv22hQ8 Dell E521 Boot Hang https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s07nQQhyjXk Videos of upgraded Dell Dimension E-521 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j0KxMzbAqTQ Benchmark https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p2vjZBGXgz4 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v2WBereMl40 Fan and Heatsink Removal https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G7tR1kJapfs Bent CPU pin fix https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3lmp8Rqz00c
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How to Fix a Boot Up Problem (Official Dell Tech Support)
 
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Watch how to fix a boot up problem by checking BIOS settings. Having the proper settings can help resolve boot issues. Learn how to restore BIOS settings, change the boot mode (Legacy/UEFI), boot sequence and SATA operation. If you have questions or need support, contact us through social media on Facebook at www.facebook.com/dell and Twitter at www.twitter.com/dellcares You can also join in a chat on our Dell Community Forum at www.dell.com/community and click on Support Forums. To learn more about our Dell Community Forum check out http://dell.to/2tbhVvt For additional guidance with your PC's maintenance and troubleshooting visit http://dell.to/2te92S1
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How to Boot into Safe Mode On Windows 10 (3 Ways)
 
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Easy 3 ways to boot into Windows 10 Safe Mode learn how to start Windows Startup Settings (including safe mode) on Windows 10 Method 1: Using System Configuration tool 1. Press the Win+R key combination and type msconfig in the run. 2. Click the Boot tab. Check the "Safe boot" box and Click ok and your computer will boot into Safe Mode next time it restarts. Method 2: Shift + Restart Option Press the Power button from Start menu, or at Windows login screen. Then, press and hold the SHIFT key on your keyboard and click Restart. Method 3: Shift+F8 Hold the Shift button and mash the F8 key when Windows starts. This will sometimes boot you into the new advanced repair options. 1. Click on the Troubleshoot option 2. Now select Advanced Options. 3. Now choose the Windows Startup Settings option 4. Then hit the Restart button 5. Press the F4 key on your keyboard, to enable Safe Mode If F8 and Shift+F8 is not working or if Windows 10 doesn’t boot properly, then you can enable the legacy Advanced Boot Options menu that allows you to press F8 upon statup: watch this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EvtuANm_Zjs Tags: Enter Windows 10 Safe Mode, safe boot, How to enter safe boot, Windows 10 booting problem, Windows 10 Startup Settings, windows 10 safe boot options, windows 10 no safe mode, windows 10 booting to black screen, windows 10 booting problem, windows 10 boot failure, fix slow boot-up issues after free upgrade, Windows 10 slow boot
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Repair System Startup for Windows 7
 
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This is one of the first steps to take when trying to repair a Windows drive that is having trouble starting up. Essentially what it will try to do is find and replace startup files that are either missing or corrupt. Download Windows 7 Professional with Service Pack 1 (SP1): Below you can find the direct download links for Windows 7 Professional 32-bit and 64-bit with Service Pack 1 integrated, in a .ISO format and different languages. Windows 7 Professional English 32-bit: http://j.mp/18frR3m Windows 7 Professional English 64-bit: http://j.mp/18frTZ7 Below you can find the direct download links for Windows 7 Ultimate 32-bit and 64-bit with Service Pack 1 integrated, in a .ISO format and different languages. Windows 7 Ultimate English 32-bit: http://j.mp/18v7cWr Windows 7 Ultimate English 64-bit: http://j.mp/15c7Bkg Download Windows 7 Home Premium with Service Pack 1 (SP1) : Below you can find the direct download links for Windows 7 Home Premium 32-bit and 64-bit with Service Pack 1 integrated, in a .ISO format and different languages. Windows 7 Home Premium English 32-bit: http://j.mp/16u1xDk Windows 7 Home Premium English 64-bit http://j.mp/13PEyOX
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keyboard failure on boot fix
 
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it doesn't always work on your first try so if it doesn't work try again. sometimes it will take u to a different screen asking u which system to boot, if that screen pops up turn off your computer, turn back on do the F1 thing again but instead of the enter key press and hold the tab key. If u have tried this many times without any type of success something is wrong with your motherboard and i cant help u with that. If this worked for you please leave a comment and subscribe.
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Toshiba How-To: Setting The System Boot Priority in Bios
 
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Visit http://us.toshiba.com/computers/laptops to learn more about Toshiba computers and laptops. Toshiba How-To: Setting the system boot priority in bios You can set the boot priority in Windows 7 to allow your computer to boot from a CD/DVD Drive or USB stick. This can be useful when trying to reinstall the operating system from DVD or restoring your computer back to factory defaults using recovery media.
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Lifebook does not boot from bootable usb or cd dvd Boot Failure
 
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Hey Guys! While fixing a lifebook i could not boot from usb with windows 7 on. So here is the fix : To boot from USB or CD/DVD media, please change the BIOS settings: - press "F2" key to entering BIOS setup - go to "Security" Tab and "Set Supervisor Password" - after that go in the "Security" tab to "Secure Boot Options" and "Disabled" the "Secure Boot Option" - go to the "Advanced" tab then "Boot Configuration" and "Enabled" the "CSM" Now you can remove the Supervisor password in the "Security" tab. Finally, go to the "Exit" tab and use "Exit Saving Changes". Your LIFEBOOK will be start now from every bootable CD/DVD or USB media. Additional information: Windows 8 Recovery media or USB sticks with Windows 8 Recovery boot Image is not affected! Support me on Patreon (if this video helped) : https://www.patreon.com/muhammadlilg
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How to fix Boot Device Not Found Hard disk error (3F0) in HP Pavilion Windows 10 Laptop
 
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I have installed Windows 10 in my Laptop. But when i switch on Laptop, Nothing starts loading, instead screen showing the following message, Boot Device Not Found Please Install an operating system on your hard disk Hard Disk (3F0) F2 System Diagnostics For more information, please visit: www.hp.com/go/techcenter/startup Solution: Go to BIOS Setup system configuration settings and enable Legacy Support. Note:When i insert Windows 7 installation DVD, The selected boot device failed message is showing - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_t20zediwFU
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Acer Aspire Es1-521 Linux OS First Boot | FIX Root@Localhost Issue
 
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The laptop boots on Linux operating system sailing upon 64-bit architecture. If stuck at login "[[email protected] root]#" THEN GOTO BIOS AND change BOOT MODE TO LEGACY Press the power button to restart again Press "F2" Key 3-4 times when acer logo shows up Goto BOOT OPTION TAB Change Boot Mode : UEFI to LEGACY Goto Exit and click "Exit Saving Changes" Now we can install Windows 7,8 or 10 & any other OS The Acer Aspire ES1-521 (NX.G2KSI.010) is a good laptop which comes in a very affordable budget. One of the good point's of this laptop is the battery backup which allows the user to get entertained for long hours. Other elements such as massive storage, DVD drive, large display completely makes this laptop worthy, you can go for it. Please SUBSCRIBE to our channel for more tech videos. THUMBS UP AND SHARE THE VIDEO WITH YOUR FRIENDS. Music: ========================================­======== Riding (youtube library) Support US: ========================================­======= Like Share Follow Us: Subscribe: https://goo.gl/GkUBUW google+ : https://goo.gl/4SHRzC Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/GeekOnDaily Twitter : https://twitter.com/GeekOnDaily This video tutorial is also related to queries mentioned below: ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Acer Aspire ES 15 Review Acer Aspire ES 15 unboxing Aspire ES1 521 unboxing Acer Aspire ES 15 | ES1 - 521 40L7 Acer Aspire ES1-521 AMD Quad-Core A4 / 4 GB RAM Linux compatibility with Acer Aspire ES1-521 acer aspire es1-521 review acer aspire es1-521 specifications Acer Aspire ES1-521 (NX.G2KSI.010) (AMD/4GB/1TB/Linux) Laptop acer es1-521 linux factory reset How can I restore my linux to factory settings on my Acer How to Restore Reset a Acer Aspire E 15 to Factory Settings Windows how do i restore an acer aspire E15 that will not boot up acer aspire e15 factory reset how to reset acer laptop to factory settings with windows 7 how to factory reset acer aspire laptop windows 8 acer aspire e15 factory reset windows 10 factory reset acer laptop windows 10 acer factory restore windows 8 from boot acer windows 8 recovery key acer aspire e 15 safe mode Review of acer ES1-521 cheapest laptop with 4GB ram and 1 TB hard disk Unboxing of cheapest laptop Acer ES1 521 Acer Aspire ES1-521 Notebook India Acer Aspire ES1-521 Notebook first time booting Setup BIOS on Acer Aspire ES1-521 [Localhost Log in : root [email protected]] Solve stuck at login "[[email protected] root]#" GOTO BIOS AND change BOOT MODE TO LEGACY localhost login root (automatic login) red hat linux default login localhost login linux
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LENOVO ideapad 100 boot menu
 
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Şarj aleti takılı olnadan açamazsınız arkadaşlar "Fn tuşuna basılı tutarak F2'ye basın sürekli açılır..
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Fixed: How to Enable 64 bit Version in VirtualBox | Enable 64-bit Option in VirtualBox any version.
 
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Hi, This is the most important tutorial on How to Enable 64 bit Version in VirtualBox | Enable 64-bit Option in VirtualBox any version for any Operating Systems. This is the latest and HD video to fix 32bit and 64 bit option in VirtualBox any version. *********************************************************** System BIOS Boot Keys for Laptops/Desktop PCs Here is my list of Laptop and Desktop System Boots Codes for various vendors. It's great if you're a techy like me and you're trying to remember what code to use for a particular brand or model of computer. Note, not all keys will work as some models have different key combinations to others. Acer F2 (BIOS Setup) F12 (Boot Device Options) ALT + F10 (Acer eRecovery) ASUS ESC (Boot Selection Menu) F2 (BIOS Setup) F9 (Asus Laptop Recovery) Apple (Models 2006+) Command + Option + P + R (PRAM and NVRAM Reset) Command + S (Boot into Single-User Mode) Command + V (Boot with Verbose Status) Option (Select Hard Drive Boot Volume) Option + N (Boot Image from Netboot Server) Shift (Boot into Safe Mode) C (Boot from CD Drive) D (Boot from OS/X Recovery and perform Hardware Test) N (Boot from Network) Dell CTRL + F11 (Dell™ PC Restore by Symantec) F8 (Repair Your Computer) Dell Factory Image Restore EI Systems F10 (System Recovery) Fujitsu F2 (BIOS Setup) F12 (Boot Menu) Gateway F11 or R (Gateway Recovery) HP / Compaq Desktops F10 (HP Recovery) HP Pavilion / Compaq Laptops ESC (Startup Menu) F1 (System Information) F2 (System Diagnostic) F9 (Boot Device Options) F10 (BIOS Setup) F11 (System Recovery) IBM ThinkPad F11 (IBM Product Recovery) Intel NUC F2 (System Setup) F7 (BIOS Update) F10 (Boot Menu) Lenovo (Lenovo OneKey Rescue System) F2 (BIOS Setup) Packard Bell F11 (Recovery Program) Sony Vaio F10 (VAIO Recovery Wizard) Toshiba 0 (zero) (Toshiba Harddrive Recovery Utility) F2 (Setup Utility) F8 (Advanced Boot Options Menu) F12 (Boot Menu) *********************************************************** website: http://rmitvision.tk Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/rmitvision/ Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/RmITvision/? *************************************************************** If You Like This Video Please SUBSCRIBE my Channel. Thanks For Watching..... ************************************************************* virtualbox 64 bit not showing, How to Enable 64 bit Version in VirtualBox, Enable 64-bit Option in VirtualBox any version, Solved virtualbox 64 bit not showing, How To Get 64-Bit To Work On A Virtual Machine, virtualbox 64 bit enable, Enable virtualbox 64bit guest, FIX no 64 bit option virtual box issue, Not showing 64 bit option in VirtualBox, virtualbox 64 bit not showing windows 10, virtualbox 64 bit not showing windows 7, 64 bit option not available in virtualbox virtualbox 64 bit not showing, How to Enable 64 bit Version in VirtualBox, Enable 64-bit Option in VirtualBox any version, Solved virtualbox 64 bit not showing, How To Get 64-Bit To Work On A Virtual Machine, virtualbox 64 bit enable, virtualbox 64bit guest, Enable virtualbox 64bit guest, FIX no 64 bit option virtual box issue, How to fix VirtualBox only showing 32 bit guest versions on my 64 bit host OS, Not showing 64 bit option in VirtualBox, Not showing 64bit option on Virtual Machine, Watch Again And Share With Your Friends https://youtu.be/-O66nIA6SlQ
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[Tutorial] How to Set your BIOS to boot from CD or DVD
 
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This video is to help everyone understand the basics setting your bios to boot from your CD/DVD Drive
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How to Find Missing Command Prompt in Startup Repair or Forgot Password
 
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Some of you have been saying that command prompt is missing from Windows Startup Repair - Advanced Options. And some of you have been saying that when you go into Advanced Options it asks for a password and you do not remember it so you can't access system recovery options. So hopefully this tutorial will help you get into Command Prompt from Startup Repair. First, you will need to restart your computer again. When you get to "Startup repair cannot repair this computer automatically" then click on "View Problem Details". Then scroll down and click on X:\Windows\system32\en-US\eroffpls.txt This will open Notepad. In Notepad click on "File" then "Open" and then double click "Computer" and then double click "Local Disk". Start typing in Windows and then double click on "Windows". Start typing SYS and then double click "System32". Start typing cmd and then right click on the "cmd" and click on "Open". This should open command prompt and you can then start the repair commands such as bootrec /fixboot. I recommend that you watch my other video on "How to fix Startup repair cannot repair this computer automatically" at https://youtu.be/L26ft53EyGI If you still can't get to startup repair using this method then you can boot your computer with Windows 10 Install Media. If you do not have Windows 10 Install Media you can download it at https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/ To boot with the Windows 10 Install Media as soon as you restart your PC you will have to tell the computer to boot from the disc. You may have to look up the instructions from your PC manufacturer on how to change the boot drive. It could be a key such as F2, F12, Delete, or Esc. Once you see the "Windows Setup" screen where it asks you to set the Language and Keyboard press SHIFT+F10 on the keyboard. This should bring up Command Prompt. Now you can type in the commands to start fixing Windows such as bootrec /fixboot. I recommend that you watch my other video on "How to fix Startup repair cannot repair this computer automatically" at https://youtu.be/L26ft53EyGI
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