This is a solution for Miss TERA who have problem with undetected Windows OS Installer when booting.

First you need to enter bios setup, why? because you need to change booting priority to booting using CD/DVD Drive, so, here we go:

Here's How:

1. Turn on your PC or restart it if it's already on.

2. Watch for a "entering setup" message in the first few seconds after turning on your computer. This message varies greatly from computer to computer and also includes the key or keys you need to press to enter BIOS.

Here are some common ways you might see this BIOS access message:

Press [key] to enter setup
Setup: [key]
Enter BIOS by pressing [key]
Press [key] to enter BIOS setup
Press [key] to access BIOS
Press [key] to access system configuration
Quickly press the key or keys instructed by the previous message to get into BIOS.

Note: You may need to press the BIOS access key several times to enter BIOS. Don't hold the key down or press it too many times or your system may error or lock up. If that happens, just restart and try again.

In this TERA case, she's using Pheonix.

After you manage to get into bios setup, below is the screenshot for Phoenix bios.

Then, go to , and you'll see this:

Then, you need to set the Top Priority to CD-ROM/DVD-ROM
Tips: Some boot sequence is already set Hard Drive  to be the top priority.
Press F6  to F5  move the highlighted item. highlight  and press F6 until it get to the top list.

Lastly, save and quit, you system will restart, 

Insert Windows OS CD
Wait untill screen

Info: For Vista OS, it will automatic get into install phase, there is no blue screen phase, except for XP OS.

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  1. TERA says:

    salam ptg... huhu, thx eiz... nnt tera try lg.. muaaahhh!

  2. :'p yayy!! dpt kiss huhu, came2.

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