Turn on the computer by pressing the Power button and use function key F2 or Del to enter BIOS mode. Navigate to Advanced BIOS Features in the open window, the BIOS Setup Utility and select Boot Device Priority. Specify the CD-ROM Drive as the primary boot device and save changes by pressing function key F10. Confirm the selected action by pressing the Yes button in the opened window of the query system.
Insert the bootable Windows disk in the drive and reboot the system. Press Enter in the window of the operating system installer and accept the license agreement by pressing F8.
The entire hard drive in this case is recognized by Windows as unpartitioned space, so it is recommended to split it into two logical partitions. To do this, press the function key and type the desired size of the created volume in the corresponding field. Confirm the selected action by pressing the function key Enter and verify that the created partition is displayed in the line "New section".
Select the line "Unpartitioned space" in the list and again press C for creating a second logical volume. Type the desired size of the created disk in the appropriate field and confirm saving the changes by pressing the function key Enter.
Select it to install the operating system and format it with NTFS. Wait until the files are copied to the hard drive and restart the computer. Do not perform any actions at the next boot and continue installation Windows.
Go back into the BIOS after installing the operating system by the method described above and set as the primary boot device Hard Disk to reduce loading time. Save the changes made.