I was remoted into your system for almost 1/2 an hour. I created the usb bootable drive for you and gave you the instructions to follow. After you left, I did disconnect. I am sorry to hear that you feel that I have abandoned you; I have not. When you say that you went to the "Boot" section, what does that mean?
I said that after you left, I disconnected. I thought that were done. I apologize for that.
F2 is to get into the bios. We don't need to do that. You need to press the shortcut key that is responsible for choosing the boot drive, which may be F10, F12, or ESC. Please, try that and report back. Thank you.
You don't need to edit the boot options. Please, try F12 or ESC.
You don't need to edit that. Turn the computer off and on, then try using the shortcut key ESC instead.
Please, reboot and use the F12 key instead.
Okay. Choose that.
This is not making sense. Please, try again using F12
Choose to restart the installation now. Be sure that the Drive mode is still set to IDE.
I am sorry for the confusion. Restart the computer and choose to run the System Recover once more from the beginning.
Restart the computer and choose to run the System Recover once more from the beginning.
That is what you were doing in the very beginning. Choose to run System Recovery from the beginning.
IS F12 what you were doing before you contacted us? Choose that option and restart the System Recovery again. Now that we changed the drive mode to IDE, it should work.