|I don't think this is a problem that can be fixed by changing a bios setting.|
You can always buy an external floppy drive if that's the only problem.
I think paragon has an 'undo' feature but that information has to be on a floppy or flash drive that is created before you make any changes.
In one posting the person said they have to run 'startup repair' after booting from the windows disk. That was windows 7; I'm not sure about PE.
Did the paragon instructions offer any help?
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