Most computers with a CD or DVD drive can boot from that drive, but it frequently takes a small configuration change in the computer’s BIOS.
You’re missing your boot loader. This may mean serious hardware problems… or perhaps just something forgetful on your part!
A bad sector on your hard drive could be causing strange intermittent problems. I’ll show you an easy way to find out.
Many computers are now built without DVD drives. This can cause big problems when you need to restore your computer.
Diagnosing a computer that won’t boot can be very difficult. In particular, spinning disks and blinking lights don’t mean as much as you might think.
In Windows XP removing boot choices is as simple as editing a hidden configuration file. Fortunately finding that file is relatively easy.
There are a few things to take a look at with your system if your computer locks up and won’t boot.