HP Compaq 6000 Pro SFF: I can not boot my HP Compaq 6000 Pro SFF USB
I can't start my PC from a USB key, for example, to install a new Linux Distro, etc.
First, I set the BIOS to turn on the Flash DRIVE as the first device, and then I check the tab security for USB are enabled.
So I see the USB in the BIOS, and in fact, I can see pendrives when I'm in Windows, but anyway that I can't boot the PC by USB, although I use Plop Boot Manager, a CD that allows you to boot from a USB key.
I'd appreciate any help to solve this problem.
P.S.: It's a socket 775 PC, so there not EFI BIOS like these last series 6200, 6300, etc..
BIOS has been updated to the latest version: v2.02
I had a similar problem with my HP 6000. The tip that is offered another forum [restore you default settings] for the BIOS, it resets the settings for the USB ports and they work correctly again.
Restore your default settings, and then select the option to set default values and exit. Reboot, then go back into the BIOS to reset your boot on USB order and your USB ports should start correctly (if your problem was the same as mine).
Tags: HP Desktops
Duplicate info wire - running kill disk, vista disappeared and my laptop does not see my dvd/cd drive and I can't reinstall vista OS because of this problem
Have to reinstall vista on a new HARD drive now PC can not boot from the DVD drive I can copy vista external hard disk drive, and then install on the laptop?
The DVD player worked before HARD drive went bad now, it won't work.
And I just replaced the HARD drive, but now cannot load an operating system that he...
1. are you able to boot to the desktop?
2. what happens when you try to start the computer?
You must have the DVD drive to start the computer using the disk, you cannot use the external hard drive to do the same thing.
Also I suggest you to make sure you have defined the start as CD/DVD-Rom as the first choice option in the BIOS. See below the help link-
If nothing is done, then you can contact the manufacturer support for assistance on setting up the correct boot sequence and check.
Change (CMOS) BIOS/complementary metal oxide semiconductor settings can cause serious problems that may prevent your computer from starting properly. Microsoft cannot guarantee that problems resulting from the configuration of the BIOS/CMOS settings can be solved. Changes to settings are at your own risk.
I hope this helps.
Says Boot Manager: file: \Windows\system32\winload.exe
Info: Windows cannot verify the digital signature for this file.
can not boot in any mode; memory check indicates OK; the installer showed no error I could recognize. Thank you
a link below how to download and do a vista Startup Repair disk that you then start from
Here's how to use startup repair system restore command prompt, etc. to bleepingcomputers link below
to boot from the dvd drive to be able to you will see a way to get into the bios Setup at the bottom of the screen or command menu start
It would be F2 or delete etc to enter the BIOS or F12 etc. for the start menu
Change boot order it do dvd drive 1st in the boot order
Dell Latitude 10 ST2e compressed can not boot from an external optical drive USB (CD/DVD)
The BIOS has no setting for it. It will boot from a flash drive. I would like to boot from my CD of 2013 Acronis Recovery Console. Anyone have any success to boot from a CD/DVD USB drive?
Yes, there is a way to do this.
I just did this to install Windows 10 from a DVD on a tablet of 10 Latitude by following these steps:
(Note: my version of BIOS is A08)
1. turn off the 10 latitude power.
2. attach a USB hub to the USB slot unique on the side of the tablet.
3. fix a keyboard and an external USB CD drive to the USB hub.
4. now press the button down on the side of the Tablet and simultaneously press the power button for 5 seconds (until see you the screen light up, but will be weak against black unlit).
5. When you see the Dell logo, start typing on the F12 key (the lower right corner shows the option press the F12 key to choose single startup options)
6. now start choosing appear with many options to choose from, including my CD/DVD drive.
Hope it will be useful to you.
I have an iMac late 2013 (21.5 "), and I just got 10 Windows so that I can install it using bootcamp. I spent a good part of two days trying to get Windows to work with installing bootcamp, but no matter what I do, the result is always the same. If I let bootcamp install its driver (as he wants when you start first in 10 Windows after installation), Windows will crash before loading fully at the next startup. He comes to see the windows logo pop up with the loading circle spinning around for a second, until what the circle all the sudden stops. After that, it restarts and I hear the iMac from sounds (this much quieter time for some reason any) and then it does the same thing. The third time that it restarts, it starts the automatic recovery mode and I get caught for the advanced boot menu. After letting Windows reinstall itself, it works fine except that it lacks some of the display driver (I can't adjust the brightness) and I also can not use the function keys on my apple keyboard, or the magic mouse at all.
I tried to reinstall OS X El Capitan and then repeat the installation for Windows. I tried with the driver OS X Downloads for me in Bootcamp (version 6.0), and I've also tried using those newer that Apple offers for download on their site (Version 5.1.5769). All attempts of the result of facilities Bootcamp in crash of boot even when Windows is restarted.
Windows is still usable, I just think it would work as it is supposed for a Mac wish. Why the bootcamp drivers break 10 windows? Has anyone else had a similar problem? If so, any suggestions?
BC 6.x drivers are more recent and recommended for Windows 10 models 2013 and following.
BC 5.x drivers are older and meant for W7/W8.1. Specifically, in your case, 5.1.5769 are not valid drivers for your model. iMac 21.5 inch 2013 requires such Software in Support of Boot Camp 5.1.5640 indicated in the installation of Windows 7 and previous versions on your Mac with Boot Camp - Apple Support .
Publication date: February 11, 2014
File size: 925,6 MB
- MacBook Air (11 inches and 13 inches, beginning 2014)
- MacBook Pro (retina, 13 inch and 15 inch, mid-2014)
- MacBook Air (11 inches and 13 inches, mid 2013)
- MacBook Pro (retina, 13 inch and 15 inch, end of 2013)
- Mac Pro (end 2013)
- iMac (21.5 inches and 27 inches, end of 2013)
- Windows 7, Windows 8 and 8.1 of Windows, 64-bit
It is not a problem of drivers BC. W10 requires updates that it shouldn't. Please see Windows crashing in 10, but know not why. as reference. I suggest that you follow the steps described in the linked discussion and test.
I'm glad I found this forum site, I pretty well hope to find a solution here.
Well, this problem is not very complicated, in fact my DVD player (model TS-L632) is not read more, so much so I decided to change with a new one, but it is not the same model as the original drive.
It is the case of the generic DVD player really.
Now when I inserted my recovery disk or any bootable disk is not booting the CD, and when I press F12 for I can't find any CD/DVD drive, but running in Windows I can't find the DVD player and it can read any CD priority boot normally.
Just having the problem while booting from CD.
I thought that maybe there is no security for this model that locked some hardware.
So please guys want to help me how to understand it,
any help would be greatly appreciated.
> When I press F12 for boot priority I can't find any CD/DVD drive, but running in Windows I can find the DVD player and it can normally read any CD.
The whole story seems really strange to me
If you access the BIOS, you can see the details of the CD/DVD drive? The drive is recognized properly?
If not then I guess that the STRANGE inserted is not totally compatible due to different master/slave/c-salt settings.
> but running in Windows I can find the DVD player and it can normally read any CD
It s also strange to me so that the CD/DVD drive appears in Device Manager even if the CD/DVD drive Startup menu option does not appear.
But first check the BIOS
I have a problem really strang after upgrade my C855 Satellite of Windows 8 to 10 of windows. After the upgrade, I can't boot my system of battery only. With the adapter, I had no poblem.
I bought a new battery, but it still had the same problem. Cannot start system battery only.
The following steps, I was
- Got the latest Bios Update
- Used a new battery
- Do the powerless laptop (detach battery and adapter) and hold the power button for 15-20 seonds. After that return battery and adapter
- Do seals in my power, parameters of balanced energy vice versa
Is there anyone who has had the same problem or can advise me?
Thanks in advance for the help
You are not alone. I currently have a C50 Sat with exactly the same problem, with the exception of the upgrade. My problem started before I upgraded to 10. Like you, I can start with the battery and using taking current, but which is rubbish for a laptop.
I didn't upgrade the bios but the laptop does not recognize when the battery is connected and the bios update tool continues to ask for it (VERY annoying ToshIba if you already read your forums).
I was trawl through these forums looking for a solution, but there are 0 replies on the vast majority of positions. Not even ToshIba engineers seem to have a presence.
In any case, did you ever solved the problem, and if so can you please share?
1st I have a problem
Windows Boot Manager
Windows has encountered a problem communicating with a device connected to your computer.
Info: An unexpected I / 0 error
To resolve this problem, I tried to install the Windows 8-64 bit (definitions of factory programs) - with the correct Toshiba drives, but after installation, that it took place...
"reboot and select proper boot device or Insert Boot Media in selected boot device and press a key."
I changed the boot disk priority, but it is still this bug.
What model of laptop do you have exactly?
Have you changed anything in the BIOS?
The error message mentioned (reboot and select proper boot device) appear if the laptop can not find a boot device.
Go into the BIOS and check if the HARD drive is set as first boot device.
In addition, you should check if the HARD drive appears on the first page of the BIOS with all the details of the unit (size of the HARD drive, name).
I guess this question could appear due to a malfunction of the HARD drive.
I'm working on my Portege M200 friends that she bought used. Only, it came with an external USB CDROM drive and the laptop computer AC adapter. To make things better the HD is no longer recognized by the BIOS. I had a spare HD so I installed it and now the BIOS see the new HD, Yay!
I also discovered that I could buy a replacement Toshiba system recovery CD, new Yay! But before I do that I wanted to make sure I could boot from the external CDROM drive. I plugged the CDROM drive and attempted to start on a spare windows xp CD. But it does not start on the CD. I made sure that the CD-rom drive has been first in the BIOS boot priority, but that doesn't seem to work.
I read the other posts that mention the boot directly from the external CD-rom USB drive does not work and I have to boot to the CD-rom drive by plugging the CD-rom drive in a PCMCIA card. If I have to buy a PCMCIA card that has USB ports for connecting external USB CDROM drive in for I can boot from a CD?
If there will be any brand/type of work? If this is not the case, what brand/type is known to work.
Any advise will be greatly appreciated!
BIOS of the portege recognise only a limited number of pcmcia-CD-disks
in this thread you will find all the information you need:
but your portege also boots most of the readers of usb_FDD; If you make a BACK-boot disk with the appropriate drivers for your CD-ROM usb drive you can use it without restrictions bios
as you can read that this method will work only in a DOS environment, that is why it is absolutely necessary to format your hard drive to fat32, otherwise it will not be recognized
OS: VISTA HOME PREMIUM 32-BIT
MEMORY: HYNIX DDR2 667 2GB
I added a 2 GB Kingston ram on the connector 2
First of all, it can be the start and connect to windows,
but after a while, the system of suspension or the SCREEN BLUE DEAD shows,
He cannot even get into the bios screen when I reboot it
but it can be boot up if I remove and reconnect the memory
Sometimes the machine can be restarted and works correctly, except if once I turn it off
I tried to exchange the slot 1 and 2 with 2 x 2 GB,
and also replace with 2 x 256 MB Hynix memory.
but it does not work.
The new memory is not faulty or is not compatible because it works very well if it autonomous.
In short, if I install 2 x 2 GB memory, the system may start only once.
Is it the BIOS problem or it's my mistake?
Please help and sorry for my bad English.
Thanks in advance.
This is perhaps due to the incompatibility of the modules of RAM, working together. If Yes, than to change only the modules will help.
Also looks like Y510 behavior when it was a fresh model - Y510 all were not able to manage two RAM modules. Update the BIOS helped. For now no new BIOS for Y530/Y430, so will have to wait.
Tried to do a restore of widows to correct this problem with CD / DVD rom instead of fix player it now only will start and say 'services starting configuration' and then it will pop a windows 'X' in red saying install Windows - Windows could not complete installation. To install Windows on this computer, run the Setup again. I restart and it keeps reading more and more I bought acer accessories Acer store system recovery discs... but they are unusable because can't boot from the drive to cd/dvd rom please help thank you very much.
Hi all, I need your help
first of all sorry for my English but I'm from Greece. I really don't know a lot about the mobile only very basic computer.
I have a hp envy 17 3d 2080en with windows 7 Home premium which, after overheating, chips to the motherboard. I ordered and installed a used motherboard from China (part 630793-001 hp number).
After that I tried to start the laptop, but when he opens he said probably due to the change of the material he cannot start windows normally. After reading a lot on the internet, that I tried using the recovery DVDs I had prepared before the problem, but they will not start just yet. Then, I tried to use the cd system repair but again no luck.
I looked in the bios as some people say on the internet and realized that the product number and serial number are different from those of my laptop and it's maybe part of the problem, but I don't know. I looked in other posts about similar problems, but did not get a definitive answer and this is why I post for your help.
Thanks to you all
IF YOU HAVE AN HP LAPTOP (MINE IS HP ENVY 3D 2080EN) THAT YOU HAVE CHANGED THE MOTHERBOARD WITH ANOTER ONE (MINE WAS FRIED OVERHEATING) AND AFTER REPLACING YOUR LAPTOP DOES NOT START AND YOU CAN'T FIX IT WITH SYSTEM REPAIR DISC OR DOES NOT PERFORM A CLEAN WINDOWS INSTALL OR DON'T LISTEN NOT A RECOVERY CD/DVD RECOVERY THEN EXPERTS HP WHO KNOW NOTHING. LOOK IN YOUR BIOS, AND IF YOU SEE THE PRODUCT NUMBER OR SERIAL NUMBER DIFFERENT THAN THOSE APPEARING ON YOUR COMPUTER (USUALLY IN THE BATTERY COMPARTMENT) THEN GO TO A HP SERVICE ALLOWED AND TELL THEM TO HAVE YOYR TATTOOED BIOS. WITH THE TATOO (COST US $ 40), THEY WILL REPLACE THE NUMBER OF BAD PRODUCT AND/OR THE SERIAL NUMBER WITH YOUR MOBILE PHONE NUMBERS AND YOUR PROBLEM IS SOLVED. MY MOTHERBOARD HAS BEEN FRIED TO OVERHEAT AND I BOUGHT A USED ONE FROM CHINA. AFTER I REPLACED IT THE LAPTOP WOULDN'T START AND WOULD NOT ALLOW ME TO REPAIR DVD HE OR EVEN THE USE OF RECOVERY. I CALLED HP SUPPORT, I EVEN JOINED THE HP FORUM TO ASK FOR HELP AND I GOT ONE EXPERT WAS USUALLY TRY THIS OR TRY THIS. DON'T LISTEN TO THEM. FINALLY, I READ AN ARTICLE FROM THE INTERNET THAT EXPLAINED THAT WHEN YOU CHANG THE MOTHERBOARD / SYSTEM BY ANOTHER THEN THE BIOS REFERS TO THE NEW PRODUCT NUMBER, MOTHERBOARDS AND/OR THE SERIAL NUMBER AND THIS WAY THERE IS INCOMPATIBILITY WHICH DOES NOT ALLOW WINDOWS TO START, YOU CAN NOT REPAIR WITH SYSTEM REPAIR DISC OR IT DOES NOT PERFORM A CLEAN WINDOWS INSTALLATION OR A RECOVERY CD/DVD RECOVERY. ONCE YOU TATOO THE BIOS THATS IT. THE LAPTOP WORKS. I HOPE THAT THIS MESSAGE WILL HELP SOME PEOPLE WAISTING THERE TIME AND SPEND THE MONEY FOR NOTHING
original title: cannot boot from the Vista recovery disc
A real problem. Vista is prompting me to boot from my recovery disc and allow the repair of Windows. However, when I insert the disk it shows loading Windows, but once he starts to launch I get the BSOd with the "Driver_IRQL_not_less_or_Equal" error report with the error code Stop 0x000000D1. I searched on advice but all I can get into the repair mode, but I can't. F8 does not work in safe mode. Week last ChkDisc has run on every start and yesterday I received a number of parts of Vista won't load does not with error reports. Today, it started with Windows can not load the warning and instructions for use the recovery disk... I'm in a loop as I cannot cross the BSOD! Help please
Computers are strange animals. After my response to you, I had another attempt to go beyond the blue screen. Hey hop this time my computer decided that he had enough rest and proceeded without delay to start and I would like to action, the recovery disk. There then reinstall Windows Vista and am now to a new computer! It's time to move to Windows 7! The only thing I did yesterday was to unplug my printer to my laptop!
I tried to start my (professional) win7 updated my dvd player, so I can format my C: drive before loading Win7.
I did the necessary bios change for boot order, I get the message "press any key to boot...". ', but a touch usually takes me to my C: drive boot upward.
I should mention that I installed win7 on my C: drive but was never an option to format the drive, and now there are still all my old files and the background image that I don't want. Otherwise, the installation went great.
There is another thread where I was getting help and some good ideas, but he seems to have died.
See Win7 XP update not did me not the ability to format the C: drive or delete all the old files on this drive on this link for further details. http://answers.Microsoft.com/en-us/Windows/Forum/Windows_7-windows_install/Win7-upgrade-from-XP-did-not-give-me-the-option-to/4ca764c3-2f45-4B2F-84b9-808ce96476c4
Basically, what I want to know is, are SATA drives "to hot' I think the term is.
In other words do I can unplug the SATA connection on my C: drive, see him if I can then boot in my reader DVD, then in case of success, taking the C: drive in and move forward with the formatting and reinstalling from there?
You need the C: drive to the DVD player work. I tried this before. Your Windows 7 CD may be corrupted. I recommend you to speak with Microsoft by phone on this problem. Here is ther number (800) MICROSOFT (642-7676).
Hope this helps!
Sammy J. Of SammyShane Tech-Center Inc.
My laptop is messed up. I was able to boot into normal mode before I wanted to reinstall, but it got stuck frequently. The situation is now I can't boot in any mode, and it keeps saying no boot device. I'm trying to reinstall using the bootable USB key. But still, it shows the error 0xc000021a and restarts again. How can I work around this issue and reinstall the system or maybe the disc is dead?
Thanks for the help.
Thanks for the update.
This could be due to the corrupted USB because it is not let you go beyond repair. Please create a bootable DVD such as suggested in the previous post by me.
Please post back with the results. We will be happy to help you further.
Thank you best regards &,.
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