Posted 28 May 2007 - 06:39 AM
OK, what's the make and model of your system? Also, when it boots, let us know the name of the BIOS (AMI, American Megatrends, Phoenix, etc) and we "may" be able to find some of the settings for you (BIOS screens don't seem to be well represented on the web).
While you're waiting, look around inside the BIOS, and disable anything to do with the Floppy. Check all the screens that are in the BIOS. If, by chance, you hose the BIOS and the system won't boot - unplug the system from the wall, remove the CMOS batter (usually a round shiny thing the size of a nickel, and wait 30 minutes. Then put the battery back in, plug the computer in and the BIOS should have returned to default values.
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