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said my boot devices have changed f1 to continue, del to enter setup, the boot setup looked the same, and i didnt change anything for weeks, was it an update windows had, does anyone know? thanks all.
 

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Did you have a USB storage device(s) pluged in when you booted?
 

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Well I have had boot probs. with the WD800JD. Open your case and check the connection, that helped me one time.
 

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Maybe a cable went loose... Check for loose connections to IE. your CD-Rom drives.
 

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Originally Posted by Syrillian
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hmm... could the CMOS battery be "dead"... and therefore not saving the changes in the BIOS...?

Has anyone ever heard of this happening?


It happens - but then it would give him that screen every time

If this is a one-time occurrence don't worry about it
 

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Some of the WD SATA3 need to be set to SATAI to work correctly with some BIOS. Just a thought.
 
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