When I start my computer, it does not boot from the hard disk. When I select "hard disk" by pressing
F10 while booting, it correctly boots to Windows.
I have a DG41RQ board and a SATA hardisk.
There are two possibilities: you either need to change your boot sequence in order to correctly boot Windows, or you have to update your
When you turn on your computer press the key associated with "setup" on the first splash screen you get — usually Del or F2. Now navigate through the
BIOS settings and try to find a menu called "Boot sequence" or something similar.
In this menu you can change the boot sequence, make sure your hard drive is on top. Save, exit and reboot. If this worked for you, then you don not need to perform the other step.
For more information on changing the boot sequence, check out this About.com guide.
It could be that your problems are caused by old firmware on your motherboard. In order to determine if this might fix the problem you are having we first need to find out the current version of the installed
Hit Windows + R, type
msinfo32 and press enter. Look under "Processor" and make a note of the installed
BIOS version. Now check your manufacturers website for
BIOS updates, if there are none, your story ends here.
If there is a patch available, first RTFM and follow any instruction to install the patch.
For more information on updating the
BIOS, check out this PC World article.
I have also same problem but I replace hard disk PCB board then my PC boot automatically. And you find which part problem in PC you just remove your HDD and then start your PC Without pressing any key like F2 DEL etc you showing message select boot device properly then faulty your hard disk other then can't show any other error.