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No I did not update the BIOS yet. Report • #13 OtheHill January 16, 2009 at 17:56:17 OK, I wish you had made that clear from the start. I would cycle through the "Boot Order" selecting the first boot device as CD/ROM, the second boot device as CD/ROM, and the third boot device as HDD-0. Did you proceed down the list of IDE devices, as shown in figure 2-4 above, and toggle [None] to [Auto]?If you did, and the PATA hard drive is jumpered as Master, this contact form
The "Delete boot option" is also empty.... I assume the SATA controller card is in a PCI slot? The computer came with Windows 8 and you have not changed the UEFI setup All Windows 8 machines come with UEFI (Unified Extensible Firmware Interface), a new industry-standard replacement for BIOS. Server OS recommendation [Networking] by Frank_IT183.
So I tried disabling / enabling all of the previous Marvell options and none of them fixed the ultimate Boot from DVDRom drive problem, but the "Marvell adapter initializing bios version This should be as simple as entering the BIOS, enable booting from the CD-ROM drive, and making sure that the CD-ROM is before the hard drive in the boot order. Clogged showerhead [HomeImprovement] by digitaldoc77186. Reports: · Posted 7 years ago Top SamDenst Posts: 10 This post has been reported.
I just installed Windows 7 Ultimate x64 and everything was working great! A screen offers you five options; use the down arrow to select the fifth, “Boot options” and press enter. A few different Bios screens. Dyson vacuum ruining carpets or not good for carpet warranty [HomeImprovement] by HBuilder328239.
System Specs System Name: SLLI (pronounced "Silly") Processor: i7 3770k @ 4.5GHz (1.25v, delidded IHS) Motherboard: Asrock Z77 Extreme 4 Cooling: Corsair H80 (2x120mm Fractal fans. Again. But for something integrated into the chipset, IDK. Just that the other 2 aren't hooked up yet as I thought I'd keep it simple first until I get things working and get Windows installed.
Were you looking for it on the main (standard?) bios page or in the HDD section or boot sequence section? If I could get something started, I could probably fix it. I mean, the bios is the firmware layer between the hardware and the OS. If you disable the entire controller, the eSATA ports won't work and neither will the PATA/IDE ports.
Sam, you can and should update the BIOS before installing Windows, unless you already have the latest. For a BIOS update, please check with the manufacturer. I have no f*ckin' idea. Do I disable all of those?
Report • #14 ishoboy January 16, 2009 at 23:33:24 Actually if you read my original post I specified it from the very beginning. weblink If so, the DVD drive will be listed as a separate device in the list of available boot devices, not as "CDROM". Use the right arrow to higlight the third one, “System Configuration”. Get the answer smorizio a c 195 Ĉ ASUS a b D Laptop October 21, 2013 10:16:01 PM try clicking on delete boot option and see if you can make a
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Report • #20 ishoboy January 18, 2009 at 16:01:40 Nope didn't work. I accessed the 'Boot Sequence' option, which is located underneath the 'System' heading. If so, see if the computer will boot to the IDE drive while the SATA is connected.Is your SATA drive a SATA II model?
I am going to hook up an external DVD drive and see if it can read it.
Now that I know you have a card I would suggest you try booting up with the CARD installed but not the SATA drive connected and see if you can use So I know it sees them. Here is a procedure which worked on an HP Pavilion 15 Notebook. Please use your experience in overcoming the roadblocks it has put in your way to make this wiki as accurate as possible.
My laptop Asus K24F wont boot after doing few changes in BIOS Hdd won't boot ASUS Laptop won't boot, HDD and wifi light constantly flickers Tom’s guide in the world Germany The best way to find out the details of that is to look in the users manual or search the manufactures website. I have the exact same problem: my HDDs are listed in the Advanced SATA configuration, but not in the Boot option priorities... his comment is here unksol said:Enable CSM.
Asus and others: press TAB key while booting and select CD-ROM from boot menu. Have tried restore option, re-arranged boot options, last known configuration etc etc. Many SATA II drives have a jumper on them to throttle the speeds to SATA I. Reply to marikan m 0 l Fred_15 January 18, 2016 9:22:33 PM unksol said:Enable CSM.
Here are the steps i made: - My previously Bios version was 206 - I installed Bios version 208 (successfully) - The computer restarted, and entered automatically in Bios - Now, I then tried disabling HDD and NIC and leaving only usb drives to be booted but it still doesn't see the USB CD/DVD rom drive. but anyways it's all good. :)The card has always been installed and it boots fine with card, the only time CD doesn't boot is literally when SATA drive is connected.Sabrent SBT-SRD2 Scott, thanks so much for your help.
Ok guys I have about the same prob with my Asus ROG G75vx Only i did not flash my bios ect just powerd up this way.