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    Whenever I've had a computer act this way, it was because a new
    drive or more memory was installed and it booted directly to the
    BIOS to verify the changes, Or the CMOS battery could be dead.

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    Bios boot after installing Pinguy

    regreen, thank you for replying. Since I haven't added any hardware, I am not inclined to think of this as a cause, however, the cmos battery?, yeah, I best check it. I gotta say, btw, that the response here has been exemplary (sp) kudos and thanks to everyone. dick

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