bootup fault

  Ozy 22:43 19 Nov 2005
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I removed the processor out of my system,
to test another system.
I reinstalled it into my system.
Now everytime I bootup I get this.
Diskboot failure, insert system disk and press enter.
I do what it says and it bootsup.
I would like, not to have this happen.

  Diodorus Siculus 22:44 19 Nov 2005

Can you give some details of your system?

  Ozy 23:08 19 Nov 2005

asus motherboard,athlon 2000,512 memory,
radeon 7000 graphics, unknown sound card,
lite on DVD rom, panasonic dvd writer, xp home sp2, modem.

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 23:18 19 Nov 2005

Diskboot failure, insert system disk and press enter.
I do what it says and it bootsup.

You insert a system disk?

Check Bios - avanced settings - first boot device CD second HDD (with you XP on)

  Diodorus Siculus 08:11 20 Nov 2005

Do you mean you press enter or that you insert a system disk?

After checking what Fruit Bat /\0/\ says, you could repair the master boot record.

Tech-Recipes.com - XP: Repair or fix master boot record using recovery console
click here

  Ozy 23:03 20 Nov 2005

i have tried fix mbr, and chkdsk,also SFC no change,
i insert my xp disc as it tells me, and it boots.
my first boot is cd.

  ACOLYTE 00:17 21 Nov 2005

Change the first boot option to Hard drive,it shouldnt say it then.

  Ozy 22:17 24 Nov 2005

I tried first boot hard disk, ran sfc/ scannow, fixmbr, and chkdsk,
Still the same message.
I changed the monitor, END OF MESSAGE! .
I know…! how can changing the monitor make a difference
Well it has.. !
Puter now bootsup normally

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