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Reboot and Select proper Boot deviceor Insert Boot Media in selected Boot device and press a key.
I tried the tapping the hard drive method, with no luck.
I connected it as well to the USB port on the side of the laptop, and it made no difference. Are there any sources I can use that can be provided to help fix this problem? From: Ellen on 01/13/2015 tapping, hitting is not working for me. Also I see people talking about "changing BIOS settings? All I have is a blank black screen with the error message and no options.
I already set the hard drive as the first boot priority. I'm incredibly frustrated after working on fixing this laptop for almost a week now. Please explain is simple language, I am not a techie.
Soynded like some fools but I was bored without a laptop so what do I have to lose...give it a whirl....lolololol cannot even believe that actually worked tapping hd so simple i feel stupid for having sat without my laptop as long as i did..it works for everyone going through this issue!
I spent a couple of hours looking for my recovery disks too.... A VIRUS can replace MBR with themselves and replace MBR somewhere else. From: Jordie on 09/28/2011 It's a sile fix all you have to do is physicialy put the desktop on its side and if that doesn't work take the side off of the desktop and there will most likely be a red cable hanging around there will be a black rectangular like object and there willbe a whole for the cable and it doesn't matter if there is sticky stuff on it or not if it is loose you can tape or hot glue it there and there problem fixed, though if the message is still there just wait it will go awa and the preoblem will permanetly be fixed From: Thomas on 09/06/2011 HARD DRIVE MUST BE SET AS PRIMARY AND ACTIVE PARTITION!! From: Paul on 08/08/2011 Hello, I have a Sony Vaio VGN-N325E.
I used a backdoor password and got a one time password module screen with a key.
How can I obtain the enter onetime password or is there any other solution to disable the bios password.
From: Himanshu on 01/09/2012 Holy F*ck guyz it actually worked! just hit the damn hard disk from below and it fkin worked... And it's also good to put hard drive on the first place in bios - boot device.. During boot up I get the following error: Yukon PXE v184.108.40.206 (20050803)Pre-boot e Xecution Environment (PXE) v2.1PXE-E61: Media Test Failure, check cale PXE-M0F: Exiting PXE ROMOperating System not found.
I am trying to install windows 7 however i cant access the boot sequence menu due to a phoenix bios password.
You don't tell us if it is the System Drive or what you are trying to do when that problem happens.