Set BIOS to Boot from a CD ROM
Set BIOS TO boot from a CD ROM. BIOS settings allow you to run a boot sequence from a floppy drive, a hard drive, a CD-ROM drive or an external device. You may configure the order that your computer searches these physical devices for the boot sequence.
All modern Computer Systems manufactured in the last years, support boot from cd feature, but it may be required to configure this feature in bios or previous owner of your computer system may have disabled this feature or may have changed the boot priority sequence. BIOS is a set of computer instructions in firmware which control input and output operations.
When you start your computer, it is required to check the boot-screen for setup key. In most of recent computers, it will be DELETE key, so make sure to check it.
Follow the below resolution steps to set the BIOS to boot from a Cd ROM.
- When your computer is powered ON, check the boot-screen for set up key (i.e., DELETE key, F8 key, F2 key) to enter BIOS panel.
2. Your BIOS settings will be opened. Select boot tab to go to the boot menu settings.
3. Enter on the First boot device.
4. A list of boot devices will be displayed, select CD-ROM as first boot device.streaming Sherlock: The Final Problem film
5. After pressing enter, you will see your first boot device is now CD-ROM.
6. Press F10 and click on save to save settings and exit BIOS.
Some computers has Option to temporary boot from the Cd/Hdd/Floppy/Usb Device, Just keep tapping the F8 button to get Boot Menu and then choose your manufacture of CD ROM. By following the step by step procedure, you can set the BIOS to boot from a CD ROM.