Re: reboot and select proper boot device
You must enter the bios and change the boot order so that the computer looks
first to the CD/DVD and then to the hard drive.
It may be that way now! If it is, you may see (for only a second or two) a
message that states something similar to: PRESS ANY KEY TO BOOT FROM CD/DVD.
If you don't comply the computer will pass through and boot from the hard
"ineedhelp92688" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> I recently built a computer with a MSI K9A2 CF-F motherboard. The
> hardrive is completely new and clean. I need to install vista on it.
> However, the computer won't boot from the bootable dvd. It shows the
> message "Reboot and select proper boot device." I tried to boot from an
> Ubuntu live dvd, but that didn't work either. Could it be because my dvd
> drive isn't compatible with my mother board?????? It worked on the
> computer I salvaged it from.
> Please help!!!!!!!!!!!