What do you think? You could try and contact their Support - they might have a secret BIOS update or parameter. LCD/CRT Model: Eyefinity - 3x Dell U3011 Case: CaseLabs TH10 Sound Card: Creative X-Fi Titanium HD Power Supply: Corsair AX1200W + AX850W Software: Windows 7 x64 Tried that, still nothing. So much room, so quiet...
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Browse other questions tagged boot bios or ask your own question. Keep in mind I also have 2 other HDDs so 3 in total. You are correct about the locations. 5&6 are sticking up. http://www.sevenforums.com/hardware-devices/168368-sata-dvd-not-bootable-bios.html Reply With Quote 07-26-2008,10:38 AM #2 uddarts View Profile View Forum Posts Moderator Joined Feb 2003 Posts 8,730 Re: SATA DVD drive won't boot any CD what's the make and model
Does it seem that the motherboard is the cause or the DVD drive? All the devices show up in the BIOS device list and have all along. Anyway, I just finished updating the BIOS like you suggested to 0504, so that's all done. usually you can only boot from the first, main one.
When I change the BIOS to Legacy mode I can see the drives in the boot menu and therefor boot the installation CD - at that point the installation disk does http://www.dslreports.com/forum/r23125039-optical-Can-t-boot-from-SATA-DVD-drive I have set DVD drive as the first boot drive but still no use. All my HD's are SATA and my BlueRay DVDROM is also SATA so I have no problem disabling the Marvell Storage ROM in the BIOS. Server OS recommendation [Networking] by Frank_IT183.
So if you are seeing the same results with the HDD and DVD in 1 & 2, 1 & 3, or 1 & 5, then that is further proof that this weblink If they still don't show up in the IDE device list in BIOS, you may have a defective IDE data cable. You should have the CD rom on it's own channel. · actions · 2009-Oct-3 3:18 pm · lmacmiljoin:2001-01-26South Bend, IN lmacmil to ross7 Member 2009-Oct-3 3:38 pm to ross7said by Reports: · Posted 7 years ago Top SamDenst Posts: 10 This post has been reported.
There is also a Marvell Storage Controller, Marvell LAN 1 and Marvell LAN 2. If no go, try a Linux live CD. Reply With Quote 07-26-2008,01:52 PM #6 syedrehankn View Profile View Forum Posts Registered User Joined Mar 2003 Posts 1,262 Re: SATA DVD drive won't boot any CD Originally Posted by BWM navigate here Hard Disk(s): Samsung 850 Evo 500G (OS+games) + 512GB Samsung 830 (steam) (20+TB of mechanical on server) Optical Drive: Samsung Blu Ray drive (SH-B083A) LCD/CRT Model: Samsung 4K 40" HDTV (UA40KU6000WXXY)
Just remember that any such manipulation can destroy the data on the disk. Reports: · Posted 7 years ago Top Hermitt Posts: 1310 This post has been reported. Press SHIFT-F10 to bring up console.
So I pressed F6, entered the floppy and it worked. Aug 26, 2009 at 11:10 AM #15 btarunr Editor & Senior Moderator Staff Member Joined: Oct 9, 2007 Messages: 32,650 (9.84/day) Thanks Received: 16,454 Location: Hyderabad, India System Specs Processor: Intel LCD/CRT Model: Eyefinity - 3x Dell U3011 Case: CaseLabs TH10 Sound Card: Creative X-Fi Titanium HD Power Supply: Corsair AX1200W + AX850W Software: Windows 7 x64 I've looked on every page Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More...
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. · actions · 2009-Oct-3 more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed The Red wire of the IDE data cable is oriented to pin #1 of the on-board IDE header, and to the power cable connector end of the IDE connector (pin #1) http://electrictricycle.net/cannot-boot/cannot-boot-from-sata-dvd-rom.html During the boot process it says "hit any key to boot from CD/DVD" but when I hit a key, it boots from the hard drive.What do I need to do to
FOLLOW US Twitter Facebook Google+ RSS Feed Disclaimer: Most of the pages on the internet include affiliate links, including some on this site. Thanks. When all three drives are properly set up and working, set the boot order to boot from the optical devices first and second, before the HDD.9) Check to see if your I'm assuming it's an internal drive.
Do students wear muggle clothing while not in classes at Hogwarts (like they do in the films)? Big DUH! ForumsJoin Search similar:[XPPro] HP Desktop: POST but will not bootI just rebuilt my computer but have some questions.[WIN8] windows 8 hosed my hard drive?Can't find 3-way SATA cordInto the Twilight Zone Good point, but I think he's saying that the bios doesn't see the DVD drive nowhere, nohow - to put it in technical terms.
Hot Deals and Sponsor Specials Suggestions and Feedback « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Posting Permissions You may not post new threads You may not post replies You may not However, if all are set to [Auto], the system boot will be delayed to search for the "connected" devices that aren't really there.6) So, refer to #1, above, and remember to Does the "bat wing" aircraft paint design have a proper name? I know the function keys used to work in the BIOS setup but they don't any more.
There is a secondary storage controller, the Marvell, which handles the IDE (PATA) ports and the eSATA ports. Figured it out when I hit F12 on the boot screen to specify where to boot from and nothing happened. On verses, from major Hindu texts, similar in purport with the verses and messages found in the Bhagawat Gita How to convert numbers to currency values? Same result, boots from the HD. · actions · 2009-Oct-4 9:27 am · lmacmil
Anyone know what it is? The BIOS will look at each optical drive in turn to find the optical drive with the media in it, and try to boot from it. Under normal circumstances the Windows disk would prompt for these drivers but you have the DVD drive connected to the SATA so it is never going to work as it stands. Is "she don't" sometimes considered correct form?