How do I boot from CD in BIOS?
Steps are provided below:
- Boot mode should be selected as UEFI (Not Legacy).
- Secure Boot set to Off.
- Go to the ‘Boot’ tab in the BIOS and select Add Boot option. (
- A new window will appear with ‘blank’ boot option name. (
- Name it “CD/DVD/CD-RW Drive”
- Press < F10 > key to save settings and restart.
How do I enable the DVD drive in BIOS?
On the Startup Menu screen, press f10 to access the BIOS Setup Utility, and then use the arrow keys to navigate to the Storage screen. Use the arrow keys to select Device Configuration, then press enter. Look for a CD/DVD drive entry in the Device Configuration subscreen.
How do I force a CD to boot?
On many computers, as the computer is booting, you may need to enter the boot menu (e.g., may see Press F9 for boot menu). If this option is available, press the key to enter the boot menu and then select the option to boot from the CD-ROM or DVD drive.
How do I boot from CD in command prompt?
How to Boot From a CD Through Command Prompt DOS
- Insert the CD into the computer.
- Click “Start” and select “Run.”
- Type in “cmd” and press “Enter.”
- Type in “x:” and press “Enter,” replacing “x” with the drive letter of the CD drive.
- Type in “dir” and press “Enter” to view the files on the CD.
How do I boot from CD or DVD?
How to boot from DVD or CD rescue media
- Go to your computer’s BIOS settings and confirm that the optical drive is listed first in the boot sequence.
- Insert the rescue boot disk into the optical drive.
- Restart your computer.
- Stay alert!
- Your computer should start using the rescue boot disk.
Is an ISO file bootable?
ISO images are the foundation of a bootable CD, DVD or USB drive. However, the boot program must be added by using a utility program. For example, WinISO makes CDs and DVDs bootable from ISO images, while Rufus does the same for USB drives.