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BIOS Question.

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Hey guys, Happy New Year.

Anyways, I built the computer I'm using right now...so I have a completely unlocked BIOS blah blah.

Whenever I say, boot up my computer, plug in my flash drive or iPod, then shut it down, with them still plugged in, I get a message saying "Boot devices have changed, please visit BIOS or something etc..." All I have to do is go to the BIOS, and just exit and save..I don't change any settings.

Is there anyway to disable this? It's really annyoing....
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Jan 2, 2007
No oneSmiley Sad?
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Jan 2, 2007
happy new year
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HeadHunterr wrote:
happy new year


Leave.My.Thread.Now.You.Stupid.Noob.
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Aowen wrote:


HeadHunterr wrote:
happy new year


Leave.My.Thread.Now.You.Stupid.Noob.



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Jan 2, 2007
This happens while the machine is Posting?
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IrishCarBomb wrote:
This happens while the machine is Posting?


No no. Talking bout the BIOS not the OS.

Only when I turn my computer onSmiley Wink
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Jan 2, 2007
Happy New Year.
 
What you need to do is kick the computer really hard once the fan starts to spin. Hint: kick it at the exact moment the fan clicks on or else it wont fix the BIOS problem. If that doesn't work, scream at the computer really loudly and threaten it with a stick.
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Yes, "posting" as in starting from the post screen, or the first screen you see when ya turn it on.
Id double check and make sure that your actual HD is set as the primary master, and all other crap like the floppy, cd, etc. are not set as the boot device.
 
Chances are it is already, since thats something hard to f up.
 
Visit the site of the company who made the mobo, and see if you can find a help forum. It could just be some weird anomaly with your model of board.
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kinetik wrote:
Happy New Year.
 
What you need to do is kick the computer really hard once the fan starts to spin. Hint: kick it at the exact moment the fan clicks on or else it wont fix the BIOS problem. If that doesn't work, scream at the computer really loudly and threaten it with a stick.


How are you possibly giving me computer help, if I'm constantly helping youSmiley Indifferent

Happy New Year too....for some reason I think this thread is going to develope into a "Happy New Year" spam fest...


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