Hot Deal My PC gets stucked on intel logo screen

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When I turned on the PC, it is getting stucked in the Intel logo screen.

After pressing multiple keys simultaneously at the same time, I am getting a boot option to select

1. Realtek boot agent
2. Hard disk drive
3.CD/DVD Rom

After selecting the hard disk, the PC is working normally. But each time of turning on, I have to do this.

Sometimes the above method doesn’t works. I have to restart to try it.

Any suggestions on what could be the issue??

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tufail27 wrote:

Reconnect your hard disk

do u mean to pluck out the hard disk and reconnect it

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Check boot menu settings.
And see what’s selected as startup device.

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Ash-D wrote:

Check boot menu settings.
And see what’s selected as startup device.

Its selected as hard disk.
Sometimes it doesn’t enter into the boot options as well as the BIOS setting menu

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_Dracarys_ wrote:

do u mean to pluck out the hard disk and reconnect it

Not needed
Your primary boot device is wrong (Most probably realtek boot agent)
Boot to BIOS and change it to the appropriate one.. (HDD)
Save settings n reboot

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_Dracarys_ wrote:

Its selected as hard disk.
Sometimes it doesn’t enter into the boot options as well as the BIOS setting menu

Take a picture of this particular screen with your phone and share it here

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Hit f12,f2,or del button .
Either of these should take you to the bios.
Go to boot settings and select first boot device as your hdd,hit f10 to save and exit .reboot .

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_Dracarys_ wrote:

Doesnt work. I tried

Try all function keys (except F10 which gets boot menu)
Also ESC, DEL
If it doesn’t work..then you got to try with a different keyboard

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getready wrote:

Try all function keys (except F10 which gets boot menu)
Also ESC, DEL
If it doesn’t work..then you got to try with a different keyboard




If i press single keys at a time, this option doesnt come.

Only when i use both my hands and keep pressing multiple keys i get this option sweat_smile sweat_smile sweat_smile sweat_smile

When i get this and select hard drive, i gets booted

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_Dracarys_ wrote:




If i press single keys at a time, this option doesnt come.

Only when i use both my hands and keep pressing multiple keys i get this option sweat_smile sweat_smile sweat_smile sweat_smile

When i get this and select hard drive, i gets booted

This is the bootmenu (you should be getting by pressing F10)
we need the BIOS menu
I think..keyboard is the problem

Edit: Your keyboard is PS/2 or USB?

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getready wrote:

This is the bootmenu (you should be getting by pressing F10)
we need the BIOS menu
I think..keyboard is the problem

Edit: Your keyboard is PS/2 or USB?

No response if i press F2 to reach BIOS

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getready wrote:

LOL..seriously?
He doesn’t want to manually do that everytime
I did ask him the screenshot for the boot devices (priority wise)..not the intel logo screen, so yeah asking him to press F2 is the right response..not F12 smile

I tried to edit ,but you commented before I could .. wink

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_Dracarys_ wrote:

USB type

Attach your keyboard to a different USB port and try to press F2 to enter BIOS (Assuming that your keyboard isn’t Faulty)
My guess is..either the keyboard is not working or your BIOS settings got messed up such that the keyboard or mic won’t get power until the device boots up (Happens with USB and not PS/2)
So..if changing USB ports doesn’t work..then
1. Try with a different USB keyboard
2. or a PS/2 keyboard to enter BIOS and reset settings to default / set first boot device to HDD
3. Clear CMOS (battery method) to rest BIOS to default if nothing works

PS: If you have a fairly new motherboard (which i dont think so)..there is backup BIOS option which you can trigger by simply pressing the power+restart button for about 10sec (B350 series motherboard)

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getready wrote:

Attach your keyboard to a different USB port and try to press F2 to enter BIOS (Assuming that your keyboard isn’t Faulty)
My guess is..either the keyboard is not working or your BIOS settings got messed up such that the keyboard or mic won’t get power until the device boots up (Happens with USB and not PS/2)
So..if changing USB ports doesn’t work..then
1. Try with a different USB keyboard
2. or a PS/2 keyboard to enter BIOS and reset settings to default / set first boot device to HDD
3. Clear CMOS (battery method) to rest BIOS to default if nothing works

PS: If you have a fairly new motherboard (which i dont think so)..there is backup BIOS option which you can trigger by simply pressing the power+restart button for about 10sec (B350 series motherboard)

Will do the above and update. Right now, power gone and raining umbrellaheavily

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Probably a silly thing but did you keep mashing the F2 key? On newer PCs with fast boot enabled you only have a second or so to react.

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LIMBO wrote:

Probably a silly thing but did you keep mashing the F2 key? On newer PCs with fast boot enabled you only have a second or so to react.

Mine is not a new one

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_Dracarys_ wrote:




If i press single keys at a time, this option doesnt come.

Only when i use both my hands and keep pressing multiple keys i get this option sweat_smile sweat_smile sweat_smile sweat_smile

When i get this and select hard drive, i gets booted

Your keyboard may be problematic. If you are able to get into windows somehow, do a keyboard test to check if all keys work on single press

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cocay wrote:

Your keyboard may be problematic. If you are able to get into windows somehow, do a keyboard test to check if all keys work on single press

I will check and update

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Your HarDdisk is about to die in 1 year more or less. Unplug, clear the socket and replug harddisk.

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shivrajsingh wrote:

Your HarDdisk is about to die in 1 year more or less. Unplug, clear the socket and replug harddisk.

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If you are using one slot of RAM; change the slot of the RAM. If you are using two RAM (slots), try to start with only one RAM via changing its slot.

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