Can not boot from CD error 5?

Seems to mean the Win7 bootloader does not understand your drive controller, meaning it can’t find its own CD/DVD, and gives up. Workarounds: Install from USB (but if this is an old enough computer, it might not understand that either)

Why my computer does not boot from CD?

Not configured properly in BIOS If the BIOS is not properly set up, the computer may ignore or not look at the CD-ROM or DVD as a bootable option. Open BIOS setup and verify your boot sequence settings are properly set to boot from the CD-ROM drive. These settings are under the boot options.

How do I force my laptop to boot from CD?

Turn on the computer and immediately press the Escape key repeatedly, about once every second, until the Startup Menu opens. Press F9 to open the Boot Device Options menu. Use the up or down arrow key to select the CD/DVD drive, and then press Enter. The computer starts Windows.

How do I boot from CD with UEFI?

Steps are provided below:

  1. Boot mode should be selected as UEFI (Not Legacy).
  2. Secure Boot set to Off.
  3. Go to the ‘Boot’ tab in the BIOS and select Add Boot option. (
  4. A new window will appear with ‘blank’ boot option name. (
  5. Name it “CD/DVD/CD-RW Drive”
  6. Press < F10 > key to save settings and restart.

How to fix cannot boot from CD code 5?

So i try to boot from my Windows Xp Pro CD only to get CD cannot boot Code 5….i have tried removing ram and plugging in new hard drives to get the CD to boot with no luck, but it worked previously before (its a new copy). I am all out of ideas and would greatly appreciate any suggestions!

Why is my computer not booting from a CD?

I -think- it was the Intel 865PE chipset ICH5. What you could try doing is booting from a Vista DVD/USB and selecting the Repair option, then use the cmd prompt to navigate into the Windows 8 WDP DVD and run the setup from there, i.e.; D:\\sources\\setup.exe Hope this is somewhat useful.

How can I boot a CD that is not digitally signed?

1. Click Start, click Run, type “sigverif” (without the quotation marks), and then click OK. 2. Click Advanced. 3. Click Look for other files that are not digitally signed. 4. In the Look in this folder box, type “x:\\Windows\\system32\\drivers” (without