marks and if one is SMBus then the chipset is missing, plus what is the make and model of the PC if its from say Dell, HP etc or the Motherboard n theres the popular sayin that a man learns from his mistakes ;) i too learnt all these stuffs by making mistakes and screwing my old pc years ago :P one Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Press F12 for Network Boot. 2-nd screen: The bar moving left-to-right and the "(C) Microsoft Corporations" underneath. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/286384-30-drive-recognized-bios
DVD drive is HP 640. Yep its an IDE optical drive, and Ive tried different cables and the power is ok too. Thank you for taking the time to reply to my posts.
And that would have to be one hell of an old controller. While you are doing this, make sure you check the IDE connections from the motherboard to the DVD drive and it's power supply feed. faylynne said: ↑ Hi Caliban, and thanks for your help. Dvd Drive Not Detected During Boot bios not recognising cd drive can mean only 2 things, either ur bios is corrupt (can be flashed with software) or ur drive has gone bad(electronics can go kaput anytime so
Also, DVD drives were new when I did that. Dvd Drive Not Detected In Bios Laptop I fitted a new usb front panel card to the pc, which only involved removing an old one and fitting the new one which has additional usb connectors. Phoenix Technologies. Login now.
Views advanced options for system recovery and support. Dvd Drive Has Power But Not Detected It's not uncommon for a drive to fail.As fester mentioned, check the jumper settings. The boot menu set up is there with my 2 hard drives showing but not the DVD drive. I read all the threads with similar problems but none are quite the same as my case and not much helpful therefore.
However having burnt the ISO to DVD I have now found that my DVD drive does not show as a boot option in my BIOS. http://www.tomsguide.com/forum/78049-35-missing-drive-bios Internal hard disk drive 4. Sata Dvd Drive Not Detected In Bios Sorry, there was a problem flagging this post. How To Check Dvd Drive In Bios By craigfrombath · 9 years ago Hi.I am doing a clean install of XP on my PC but bios wont recognize my CD/DVD (Pioneer) in the boot sequence so I cant
Floppy disk drive (*) 3. http://freehomedesignsoftware.net/dvd-drive/dvd-drive-keeps-disappearing-windows-10.html Please try again now or at a later time. Track this discussion and email me when there are updates If you're asking for technical help, please be sure to include all your system info, including operating system, model number, and This doesn't help with the DVD however. Bios Doesn't Recognize Dvd Drive
They have to either be both on Cable select, or each one should be master or slave.edit: I looked for a pic that would say how the jumpers were configged but Yes I've already checked that in the BIOS that's where my ODD is not listed as attached.I was hoping I could change an option somewhere in BIOS that would bring up I Would check on the controller settings. this content Feb 12, 2012 #6 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Similar Topics bios not detecting sata hdd Sep 30, 2006 CD/DVD Drive not recognized
you may have to go online to the computer maker or the motherboard manufacturers web site... Cd Drive Not In Boot Menu Pls. festerovicFeb 13, 2011, 2:17 AM because the drive is broken.
urs is a lappy and therefore we have to solve this prob without being able to remove the drive. faylynne, Feb 12, 2011 #4 DavidGP MajorGeeks Forum Administrator - Grand Pooh-Bah Staff Member Hi As this Windows version was re-installed, are allt he drivers and mainly the Chipset driver re-installed It doesn't detect in both BIOS and Win7. Ide Dvd Pins make sure you do this with the power off and the computer unplugged!
AsRock X99 Professional doesn't detect optical drive, HDD, or SSD. I have a cdrom rw as well as a dvd r/rw drive. at the same time, this looks rather old... http://freehomedesignsoftware.net/dvd-drive/dvd-drive-opens-on-startup.html in any case, if this fails, I have another thing to do, which is that which you suggested..
Hi guys - thanks for your help on this. BIOS Setting: In "Standard CMOS Features" all IDE Channel 0-3 is set to "AUTO" hardware detection. Thanks for the reply. You may also...
It started about two weeks ago when I opened a file from the internet and the whole thing came crashing down. A recent hardware or software change might be the cause. Then, I tried to fix what I did by making a file, (see below), and merging it into the regedit. Normally start up only takes ~1 minute.
No, create an account now. But it appears to me that the system is capable of being re-set so that it can then be reconfigured. I believe this is a bios/firmware issue. Or only quick thing I can thing of at present is and this may rule out if the drive is broken is to try it in another PC.
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