Posted 05 May 2005 - 07:45 PM
Hello to all,
I'm new here, but very much a verteran of all the weirdness Windows can throw at me.
Today I found a new problem in my IBM ThinkPad R4 with AT/AT comptible BIOS. I find that when I enter BIOS at startup, it will not let me change the boot order, which prevents me from booting from a CD ROM unless the hard drive is actually scrogged.
It tells me that I must have supervisory privileges to do this. I tried logging on as administrator (in Windows XP Professional), and then asking for a restart, and that did not work. Does anybody know how I get bleeping supervisory privileges for the BIOS?
Thanks in advance for any insights.