This article explains how and tutorials on setting BIOS to boot from CD/DVD ROM, making CD DVD first boot, this is how to boot first from CD/DVD Rom, Sometimes you need to boot from CD to install the operating system, repair or upgrade your computer. The problem is, most computers/laptops will boot from the hard disk by default, and cannot boot from the CD.

Well, getting your computer to do this can be convoluted, so follow these steps to make sure that your computer can properly boot from the CD.

To be able to set the computer to boot from the CD/DVD Drive, we have to set it through the BIOS, in order to enter the BIOS menu, the first thing you have to do is:

  1. Reboot on your computer.
  2. Then when you see the logo of your computer/laptop manufacturer displayed, press the button to enter the BIOS setup menu. The key to enter the BIOS menu varies by manufacturer. The most common keys are F2, F10, F12, and Del. Usually the button to enter the BIOS will be displayed under the logo, or on the side of the screen.
  3. After successfully entering the BIOS, it will look something like the image below. Mouse is disabled, use arrow keys to move around the BIOS, Look under “Boot” or “Boot Priority”, it can be seen in the top tab menu, but some of these BIOSes may be located in advanced or other sections.
  4. After entering into Boot, then select Boot Device Priority and press “ENTER” to enter. However, some Bios sometimes have a different menu display, don’t worry, of course it’s the same, just a different layout.
  5. Once in “Boot Device Priority”, you will see 1st boot device set as “Floppy Drive”. use the arrow keys to select this item and press “ENTER”
  6. Now you will have a choice on the drive to use, select “CDROM” and press “ENTER”
  7. CDROM” has now been selected as your first boot device, you must now save the settings and exit, most computers usually press “F10” on the keyboard, if you can’t, please go to the “Exit” tab menu and select “SAVE” AND EXIT”.

Then your computer will automatically reboot and your CDROM has booted successfully.

Done! If the bios display on your computer/laptop is different from the screenshot above, the point is the same, all the options menus are with the same words. Only the layout of the menu placement is different. You should be able to understand that well.

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