Posted 10 November 2009 - 12:21 PM
I recently had a problem with my computer that caused me to completely reboot my system. I had Windows Vista 32 bit at the time, so I reinstalled that. Before I reformatted, the problems I was having evolved into a Disk Boot Error. After I reformatted, I downloaded the Windows 7 upgrade and installed it. Everything on the new OS works great, but my computer still won't start without the Vista disk still in the drive. If I take it out and try to restart or power on, I get the old Disk Boot Error screen, and I have to put the disc in and restart and it works fine (after the "Press any key to start from CD/DVD" screen, of course).
I dunno what to do about this or why it's doing this. Any help would be appreciated.