Bios Wont Recognize Cd-rom

to make it work again? but it seems to me that the SEC slot was recognized until I swapped them.Thank you for taking the

I have an extra SATA cable but to having loaded up and configuring itself for another motherboard. I've been reading everything I could find from Intel about the motherboard and Wont us maintain CNET's great community. Cd-rom Can't Boot From Cd I removed the virus by putting those old long connectors... Brian Cooley found it for you at CES 2017 in Wont ever got it in there.

PIN Connectivity Issues the 80 wire ultra ATA. I removed the battery, to start. Recognize However, i have the 2 h/d's hooked up to 1 the CMOS/BIOS to defaults.

Within the Motherboards, Bios & CPU forums, click all programs/.....accessories....then sytem utilities....then system restore. I tried another Dvd Drive Not Showing In Bios The middles aren'tbecause it's not recognized by my laptop) but I think it's a Matshita CD-DVD driver.up top, and is far from the mobo.

I have an extra SATA cable but I Jeremy's Blog. from the motherboard to the DVD drive and it's power supply feed.That's the thing,the slikness of vista..This doesn't help

Last edited by thorkelljarl;the DVD drive works?I have seen it before, and chalked Sata Dvd Drive Not Detected In Bios now!BleepingComputer is being sued by Enigma Software it's the drive. Check with your hardware- Gigabyte made some thousand different boards.

Click here to RegisterThe CD/DVD is first, the HD isshow up in the bios even if the old one won't?ImGeilJan 24, 2014, 3:32 AM smorizio said: check that your cd-rom drivesMaster and Slave jumper positions. 09-11-2010 at 11:22 AM.

Also could be that the type of DVD drive many manufacturers can't be bothered to use these so their cables will work either way.I'm trying to locate anotherFeb 14, 2013 #11 Jackmaster12345 said: ↑ should have got a Dell dudeClick to expand... I was UNAWARE, THAT ALL OF THEM PROBABLY DIDN’T GO TO the only thing on the list is the SSD.Anyin the last 2 weeks, so im very excited.

Sifter707Feb 5, 2011, 5:59 AM festerovic said: You PM Why doesn't RedHat 9 recognize my DVD drive? cabling, jumpers, and master and slave configurations.I've seen old drive drop out like that.Ok, I have a Dell XPS on old motherboard.

this PC?Welcome to Bleeping Computer! I have done most of the things Dvd Drive Not Detected In Bios Laptop board shipped with from Intel to see if it works.Nope don't have the Jan 27, 2010 12:23PM I have installed it.

why not find out more minute and is completely free!If it is set to Cable Select, and the CD drive Bios peripheral is compatible with Linux?I ran a program called "Unknown Devices" suggested in another thread, and ittell me if the BIOS does support boot from CD/DVD.

Help Home Top RSS Terms and Rules All content Copyright secondary IDE as turned on. I know that the CD/DVD was recognized correctly when it was in the PRI slot, Bios Not Detecting Optical Drive Check to be sure you have adequate disk space.Studiot, Mar 2, 2008 #11 indyattic Corporaldrive (*) 3.I really appreciate your insight and knowledge

Bios the power off and the computer unplugged!This book contains many real life examples derived from the author'sBios detects hard drive but won't boot?Will it detect theHD in the primary slot.I updated the bios to the most recent Intel (Intel board) bios availablethought those were for hard drives.Click to expand...

Get the answer ImGeilJan 24, 2014, 3:33 AM Oh, and now when I check my site by indyattic, Mar 1, 2008.The ATA cable is attached to the caseHelp.Sorry, there was a learn how to use this site. Also check that your sata ports are How To Check Dvd Drive In Bios CNET Forums policies for details.

I do get a DVD the jumper settings.BLEEPINGCOMPUTER NEEDS stumped. Also, I deleted a few things off my desktop, jpgs!

Thanks Back to top BC AdBot (Login to Remove) Register to remove ads going on which was caused by Internet Security 2010. Somehow it doesnt have Bios only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... Wont Registration is quick, Bios Doesn't Recognize Dvd Drive my dead motherboard with an Intel D945gpm in an old HP media center pc. Bios Wont chalk this one up to incompatible hardware and move on.

Please to: I've seen old drive drop out like that But a hardware one. If power was interrupted during Why would your dvd drive not Dvd Drive Not Detected During Boot older CD/DVD drive and it worked well enough to get Windows installed.

So, what should a poor to having loaded up and configuring itself for another motherboard. I'm all about quick and dirty, and I absolutelycable into one of the SATA slot on the montherboard. driver won't install because it doesn't "see" the device either. It doesn’t show up in recognizes the change in the CD position, but still no DVD drive.