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So how do I fix this issue, and I did follow the instructions in the Microsoft Knowledge Base article 922976, http://support.microsoft.com/kb/922976 to enable the... Reply With Quote 07-26-2008,02:02 PM #7 BWM View Profile View Forum Posts Banned Joined Dec 2001 Age 68 Posts 64,554 Re: SATA DVD drive won't boot any CD Originally Posted by Make sure you have a good 80-wire/40-pin IDE cable. · actions · 2009-Oct-3 7:51 pm · lmacmiljoin:2001-01-26South Bend, IN

lmacmil to Smoove910 Member 2009-Oct-4 9:27 am to Smoove910said by Smoove910:What happens How many DVD drives do you have? this contact form

I have done some searching and found... It then finds the PATA HD's and boots to Windows. I follow everything you're doing, with the exception of what purpose the RAID driver disk serves. Do you have any other boot discs you can try, like Windows installation CD? click here now

Awesome things) Memory: 16GB 2400MHz, C11 1.5V Video Card(s): SLI'd EVGA SSC 970's (the best buy edition) - semi-passive. isezeri // July 29, 2016 7:44am PST 2 Internal wiring of hdd to usb cables George1453 // August 19, 2016 1:46am PST 1 Laptop refuses to power on all the components If you figure it out, I'll be very interested to know what happened. Aug 26, 2009 at 9:38 AM #6 InTeL-iNsIdE Guest try setting sata to ide mode Aug 26, 2009 at 9:44 AM #7 Jmatt110 New Member Joined: Jul 22, 2008 Messages:

Advertise your business: http://www.buxination.com Get daily Technology tips: http://www.computerizer.biz 5 10/23/2008 (6:51 am) by Mike MacKenrick Mike MacKenrick (8 Posts) I've tried twice to reply but it will not post However, when we try to change the boot sequence to boot from the Sata drive instead of the IDE drive we get the message: Error Loading OS & a black screen. So much room, so quiet... When I go into the BIOS panel on the boot devices list I can see IDE0 and IDE1 but not the dvd that I need to install Windows.

Could you be more specific about the jumpers? Forums > Tech Support > Can't Boot From DVD Drives Anymore "Can't Boot From DVD Drives Anymore" Started 10/21/2008 by Mike MacKenrick in Tech Support Forum (12 posts) 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. anchor I tried another old HD in the case and that HD showed up fine.

My System Specs System Manufacturer/Model Number 8 home-builds from the 80's into 2004 OS W7 Home Premium 32bit pscowboy View Public Profile Find More Posts by pscowboy 01 Feb 2013 So how does the OS see something that the hardware doesn't? Thanks for trying to help guys. Now it's 1.60 (2005) but still no SATA.

If there's a conflict, you must change the jumpers accordingly. http://www.sevenforums.com/hardware-devices/276630-cant-boot-cd-dvd-sata-drive-ahci-mode.html Check their jumpers, which ones are master and which ones are slave. Username: Password: Cancel Forgot Username / Password? I can't remember the last time I've installed Windows from a disc.

I guess you have an USB keyboard, but don't have "Legacy USB Devices" enabled in your BIOS, right? weblink An external USB drive won't show up in bios unless you look in the USB devices section. Nice work. I tried the Norton Ghost Restore with the results described earlier.

I have 2 IDE HDs , one per each channel (IDE0 and IDE1) and I have a SATA dvd LG GH22N550. Change that to IDE. (this is the problem I was having). 5- Save and exit. I had a major problem with my C drive and was trying to do a restore with a Norton Ghost10 Image which involves booting with aRecovery CD. navigate here I got an email from Start overnight. [Start.ca] by anon© DSLReports · Est.1999feedback · terms · Mobile mode

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When I try to boot it starts to post, I select the boot from CD option and the monitor stays blank. OR, both IDE drives are jumpered as [Cable Select].2) You have an 80-wire/40-pin IDE data cable with a Blue end connector, a Gray middle connector, and a Black end connector. they dont show in the BIOS, they have their own menu/POST screen after the main one.

I should have gone over the BIOS with a fine tooth comb, but I did not.

Could it be possible that after all this time, the computer is unhappy with the SATA Raid Driver's? I'm also curious as to why I couldn't boot from the DVD drive just because the primary HD was screwed up in some way. 9 10/27/2008 (9:21 am) by tendersound If you are trying to install Windows, a simple work around would be to use a USB flash drive. I'm just try to boot from a bootable cd to run an antivirus scan.

PC Perspective Home Reviews News Forums Podcast HW Leaderboard SSD Decoder Graphics Cards Motherboards Cases/Cooling Processors Chipsets Memory Displays Systems Storage Mobile Shows/Expos User Name: Password: Remember Me? Please check out our forum guidelines for info related to our community. Insert the RAID driver disk that came with your motherboard. 1- Go into integrated peripherals. 2- Go into OnCHIP PCI Device 3- Make sure your Serial ATA controller is enabled. 4- http://electrictricycle.net/cannot-boot/cannot-boot-from-sata-dvd-rom.html You can always add the CD/ROM drive back into the system after you have Windows installed, and working.Good luck! · actions · 2009-Oct-5 3:12 pm · ross7 ross7 to lmacmil Member

The IDE hard drive shows up as Ch 0 Master and the DVD shows up as Ch 1 Master. Nothing else showed up. I been workin on this all morning. http://www.foxconnchannel.com/EN%2DU...D=en-gb0000150 I have booted from a CD on this board but back then, I used an IDE DVD drive not SATA.

Maybe I'm going to buy a SSD to speed up my PC :) Is it possible to use one of the black sata ports if I enable AHCI.... Browse other questions tagged boot bios or ask your own question. Figured it out when I hit F12 on the boot screen to specify where to boot from and nothing happened.