If you are trying to install Windows using a CD or DVD disc, then you have to set up your PC to boot from a CD/DVD drive. If you don’t set it up, you won’t be able to install Windows from a CD or DVD disc.
This tutorial shows how to set up BIOS to boot from CD/DVD Disc. This process may vary slightly for different motherboards. So, use your intelligence.
Setup your PC to Boot from CD/DVD Disc
Just follow these steps to configure your computer to boot from the disc drive.
Step 1: Enter BIOS Settings
Restart your PC. While your computer is booting up, press the DELETE key repeatedly or any other specified key (which may vary depending on the manufacturer) to enter the BIOS setting.
Step 2: Change Boot Device Priority to CD-ROM or DVD-ROM
In BIOS settings go to BOOT menu and select Boot Device Priority.
Now, change the First BOOT Device to CDROM or DVDROM.
Step 3: Save the Changes and Restart your PC
You have now successfully set up your PC to boot from CD/DVD Drive. It’s time to save the settings, press F10 to Save and exit. Press Enter to save the changes.
Configure BIOS to Boot from CD/DVD Disc
The above tutorial explained, how you can set up your computer to boot from a CD or DVD disc drive. Now your PC is ready to boot from CD/DVD Drive. Simply insert Windows Installation Disc in your CD/DVD drive and restart your PC. When you see “Press any key to boot from CD/DVD…“, press any key to install OS from CD/DVD.
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