On 7/18/05, Stephen Reilly <leydar at gmail.com> wrote:
> I have seen issues in the past with BIOS boot orders which allow for
> more than two boot devices (as most do). I solved the problem by
> making the CD the default initial boot device and making HDD second,
There is another one on recent BIOS, if you set your CDROM drive to
auto in the BIOS detection, it might fail to boot. You can fix this by
detecting the device manually as CDROM drive.
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