CD Drive Not Recognized By Bios
Thank you for taking the time to reply to my posts. This thread will give you more information how to do this: http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/171067-32-drive-drive-detected festerovicFeb 5, 2011, 1:17 AM You should check the jumper configuration on the DVD drive. This all started when I tried to install my secondary drive. what are some compatability issues regarding cd drives that i should watch out for? this contact form
And then it stopped. Feb 11, 2012 #5 raysen27 TS Rookie Topic Starter SATA ports 2-5 not working After much research on blogs and net. I'm on the laptop right now. Feb 11, 2012 #3 raybay TS Evangelist Posts: 7,241 +9 I suspect the BIOS for your computer is no longer setup properly... http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/286384-30-drive-recognized-bios
Bios Not Detecting Optical Drive
by craigfrombath · 9 years ago In reply to Check the drive connectio ... i spent alot of time messing around with this (jumper settings, etc), and didn't think about it alot, however, i knew i was on to something when i had used a It's 10 bucks.However DVDRW drives for laptops fail so often that I never test them anymore. Refer to Intel's announcements on 31st January 2011: http://blogs.intel.com/technology/2011/01/chipset_design_flaw/ http://www.intel.com/support/chipsets/6/sb/CS-032521.htm I bought this system on 30th January 2011.
Many thanks Share Flag This conversation is currently closed to new comments. 6 total posts (Page 1 of 1) + Follow this Discussion · | Thread display: Collapse - | But get this, Windows sees the drive just fine...so I chalk this one up to incompatible hardware and move on. Where dio I find updated controllers - Intel website? Bios Doesn't Recognize Dvd Drive There are three pages IDE settings in the BIOS part of the manual.
FORGET windows... Sata Dvd Drive Not Detected In Bios Pages 57 -59 of the motherboard (BIOS) manual spell out the IDE options in some detail. there is usally a way... internet In fact,if there's a manual setting, I can't find it.
Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums--revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended. Dvd Drive Not Detected During Boot Something will always be jarred loose while you are working so it's best to check and re-seat your plugged-in hardware. Then, I switched the sata cables from one drive to the other, then as suspected, the cd rw would show up, but then the dvd rw was gone, still only one, Before this both the HDD and DVD-RW was working fine.
Sata Dvd Drive Not Detected In Bios
Than I added back the new HDD in 1 of the SATA2 connector: SATA3_0 - WD 1TB SATA3_1 - Samsung DVD-RW SATA2_2 - WD 2TB SATA2_3 - Empty SATA2_4 - eSATA All the best Brett Brett, I guess it is the motherboard, the other day I was burning cd's to an external cd burner and guess what, the drive came alive, Bios Not Detecting Optical Drive I can absolutely assure you that I know just enough to be dangerous. Dvd Drive Not Detected In Bios Laptop Personally, I prefer using Master and Slave jumper positions.
The status report from that program reads: * Windows Description - LITE-ON COMBO LTC-48161H * Hardware ID - CdRomLITE-ON_COMBO_LTC-48161H________________KGH1____ * Device Category (Class) - DVD/CD-ROM drives * Enumerator - IDE * weblink Further, when you did the cable trick and it still buggers with the CD drive and the HD works, only confirms bad CD drive. Ask a new question Read More BIOS Optical Media Hard Drives Systems Related Resources solved BIOS cant detect SSD's, but can detect HDD and optical.... SR84511A.15A.0014.P02.0307230940 07/23/2003 Drives Memory Modules c,d 300.06 Gigabytes Usable Hard Drive Capacity 274.77 Gigabytes Hard Drive Free Space EPSON Stylus Storage USB Device [Hard drive] -- drive 1 (This has something How To Check Dvd Drive In Bios
SHOW ME NOW CNET © CBS Interactive Inc. / All Rights Reserved. BIOS Setting: In "Standard CMOS Features" all IDE Channel 0-3 is set to "AUTO" hardware detection. studiot, Mar 5, 2008 #13 indyattic Corporal No. http://meocloud.net/dvd-drive/cd-dvd-drive-undetected-by-bios.php WHAT IS THIS, everytime I turn on my ET2030IUT all in one pc, how to fix that..
No, create an account now. Hard Disk Not Detected In Bios Maybe I can find a curbside cable. (Yes I am cheap, and I have no idea where the nearest PC store is. I have seen it before, and chalked it up to a cheapo DVD drive.
I ran out of time to fool with it and have just been using it without a DVD drive.
Yesterday suddenly I could not see it in "My Computer". I didn't know your level of expertise, you said it was pretty basic, but in fact you seem pretty clued-up. This thread will give you more information how to do this: http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/171067-32-drive-drive-detected I've been to that thread and tried all of the suggestions. Reboot And Select Proper Boot Device I think I found what is the problem with my system.
I know that the CD/DVD was recognized correctly when it was in the PRI slot, but it seems to me that the SEC slot was recognized until I swapped them. Now it still boots, but the BIOS doesn't see anything in the secondary slot. It doesn't detect in both BIOS and Win7. his comment is here I have the same thing, just different color But problem with laptop PATA optical drives is that, they have different socket than HDD and desktop optical drives.
How ? I now have to find another computer to use in order to update the DVD drive's firmware because it is still not recognized in the HP computer. I had to pull out the memory and the plug that runs from the power supply to get enough room to allow the secondary drive to slide out at all. It is grayed out and the arrows won't take me there.
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