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Motherboard, video, audio, etc. Everything You Need to Know See also Solvedneed to replace my laptop cd rom drive need help SolvedI can't boot from CD-ROM on my HP 6735s. In the window that opens find System Model and tell me what it says next to it. Then my DVD drive suddenly disappeared. website here

Reply Dave says: April 8, 2009 at 12:18 pm Perchance did any of you uninstall windows live one care? Sifter707Feb 5, 2011, 5:59 AM festerovic said: You should check the jumper configuration on the DVD drive. I ran the MS Fix It to remove the upper and lower filters and the drive is still not accessible. A USB DVD drive that is seen fine in Windows 7 but Windows 8 lists it like a USB memory key. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/286384-30-drive-recognized-bios

Dvd Drive Not Showing In Bios

I have worked on motherboards before that would only boot from the CDROM drive if it was connected to the primary IDE connector. Thank You!! how do I boot it from hard drive? Sometimes it's there on reboot, but goes away soon thereafter.

tried the "fix" worked for one day. kind regards, a vaiouser :) Leave a comment Helpful +1 Report optimystix 15Posts Tuesday January 26, 2010Registration date January 29, 2010 Last seen Jan 27, 2010 02:00PM good to know it Didn't work. How To Check Dvd Drive In Bios This is the Boot menu as it appears: Boot priority order: 1.

I really don't want to go 0 for 2 with them. Sata Dvd Drive Not Detected In Bios I have no idea how to fix it. Click the + sign to view any "greyed out" devices. https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/cd-rw-drive-won-t-read-any-type-of-disc-60424/ I have a problem of my dvd rom not recognising dvd's in the rom,but it can recognise cd's (my device is LG ).

Still dose not fix it. Bios Doesn't Recognize Dvd Drive Read this Blog and you'll realise that this is a common fault. Intel. Also could be that the type of DVD drive just will not work with the hardware on the mobo.

Sata Dvd Drive Not Detected In Bios

One that reads CDs and the other that reads DVDs. http://www.tomsguide.com/answers/id-2716618/rom-usb-found-bios.html try this 1st. Dvd Drive Not Showing In Bios Why are PCs som complicated anyway? Bios Not Detecting Optical Drive Drive has disappeared before, then reappeared only to vanish again.

Can someone give me a simple explaination and a simple solution so that I can continue using my laptop. Discover More I've: 1. I also have VISTA on my laptop. Useing Programs like Perfect Uninstaller, Will Get Rid Of The Bits That are left. Dvd Drive Not Detected In Bios Laptop

Reply AntonyWillis says: May 1, 2009 at 9:57 am Have installed Apple Itunes on an Acer PC running Vista. my UEFI is desabled in BIOS (i don't know what it is actually). (i have Activation Key (PRO) but i want to make sure all is well before activation) please HELP Wait until the computer is fully shut down, then disconnect the power cable from the computer. useful source I am assuming that means it's set to Master.Click to expand...

I tried to do this scenario before i start deploying... Dvd Drive Not Detected During Boot Click Start, and then click Run. Hardware & Devices My windows don't read cds/dvdsHello , so i got a windows 7 for 32 bits on a laptop .and i wanna reinstall my windows to windows 8 or

perhaps its just the installation.

My System Specs System Manufacturer/Model Number HP, Dell, Gateway, Toshiba - 4 laptops and 2 desktops OS Vista, Windows7, Mint Mate, Zorin, Windows 8 CPU from 1.6GHz Duo to i7 Monitor(s) Reply Stephanie34 says: April 28, 2009 at 7:05 am im having the same problem as all my computer use to detect the dvd/cd drive and it stopped detecting it and it Right-click Uninstall. Can't Boot From Cd Tried everything suggested here to no avail.

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 This thread will give you more information how to do this: http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/171067-32-drive-drive-detected That solution is for when optical drives aren't showing in My Computer/Computer. I was actually trying to see the maker, but I saw a legend for the jumpers on it and that was all the farther I went." Don't be daunted by jumper read the full info here Press F12 for Network Boot. 2-nd screen: The bar moving left-to-right and the "(C) Microsoft Corporations" underneath.

Hey, Mr. If you receive any messages stating that Windows is installing new hardware, wait until the process is finished, and the see if the CD/DVD drive is available now. Have no drives in device manager Reply Tyson says: April 14, 2009 at 9:43 pm I have had my dvd disappearing for over a month on my laptop. But if your drive is detected by BIOS than the problem is software-related, so check some of the following solutions.

Reply Veronica says: April 9, 2009 at 9:39 pm Did all this!! Maybe I can find a curbside cable. (Yes I am cheap, and I have no idea where the nearest PC store is. Then, I put the CD/DVD in the Secondary slot. Please help.

But, I have been having serious thoughts about switching to an Apple MAC lately. i gave up for a few days and tried again. The primary drive died, so I bought a big new drive, and installed it. Reply Peter Young says: April 15, 2009 at 2:38 pm No CD/DVD drives found in Explorer.

The jumper is on the far left. I uninstalled and reinstalled the drivers, and when booting back into normal mode, it appears to work. keeps blinking and i cant take the disk out. Thank you!

Probably the best solution for that is clearing the upper and lower registry files in your Registry editor. I get that message if I go into the F10 boot menu and manually select the hard drive, identified there as SM-RT2300622A. Good Luck Reply forrest4trees says: May 19, 2009 at 12:41 am from an earlier post, this worked just fine for me. and also some thing i've learned along the way.