Power off your PC. Find the Clear CMOS jumper (read the manual) and change it to the Clear position. Let it stay let's say 1 minute and change it back. Power on, enter in BIOS, change the date, time, boot order accordingly. Save the changes at exit the BIOS.
Trying to unweave, unwind, unravel
And piece together the past and the future,
T. S. Eliot
When I try to boot normally, the PC will not boot unless I have the XP CD in the cd bay. I have reset the CMOS boot sequence to boot from HD, but it will not boot. Without the CD in the bay, it will sit there forever. I have a new 3ghz Pentium PC which I recently built. Anybody have any thoughts. Could this be a BIOS problem? Thanks.