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Open bios, windows not starting

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#1 absss


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Posted 14 January 2016 - 11:15 AM


I have got laptop Medion akoya e6239. 

When i press power button computer is turning on after there is MEDION logo and after that there is wrote checking media preference and it's open bios. and the screen where is wrote checking media preference is very fast less then one second.
I have bios aptio 2013 american megatrends 
Version 612
I can't change any priorities for hdd and dvd 
I trade to make usb bootable with windows 7 but it dosen't show up in bios 
And i can see my hdd and dvd in advenced settings - sata configuration not  in boot.
In boot i can see priorities 

UEFI: IP4 realtek pcie fe family controller
UEFI: IP6 realtek pcie fe family controller

I am stuck, can anyone help me ? 

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Posted 14 January 2016 - 05:51 PM

I do not understand the problem that you are having.

Is it that you cannot boot to Windows?

Is it that you always boot to the BIOS?

Is it that the system always shows it wants to boot, then something with "PXE" comes up?

Is it something else?


Also, why are you installing W7 on a UEFI system?

It's possible, but it's not going to be easy for us.

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