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16 Nov 2010  

Windows 7 Ulti. x64

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by adrianr2z View Post
You guys are ll right and thanks but still hasn't solved my problem.
All of these steps require to boot cd from bios which my computer might not have cUse when ever I start It up , It only gives me the option to press f2 or f12. I haven't tried the delete button but that's the only 2 options it displays on start up. What should I do? Is there a program that can make this easier!
Adrian Welcome to SevenForums and good luck to you with your problem,

Clicking on delete may get you into bios on a Dell pc. Most all pc's will let you change boot order. Have a look here at this link.
How to Set BIOS to Boot from CDROM -
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