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May 26, 2009 #1 snowchick7669 TS Maniac Posts: 660 Hi lechevarria89, Is the drive SATA or IDE? any one has any idea's?, anyone can help before i get rid of it? Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Instead of fixing that you approached it as you would a questionable hard drive---still not a bad move. check over here

Main Sections Technology News Reviews Features Product Finder Downloads Drivers Community TechSpot Forums Today's Posts Ask a Question News & Comments Useful Resources Best of the Best Must Reads Trending Now If I decide not to press any key, after a few seconds, Windows Vista starts 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. But do be advised that if that disk has failed you may *still* have issues trying to load an OS on it. https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/150927/bios-does-not-recognize-cd-rw-drive/

Cd/dvd Rom Not Detected In Bios

No, when I first tried it I didn't put it on Graphical View. I shutdown my computer, unplugged the power cable and disconnected the DVD drive, then I reconnected it and made sure everything was securely connected. The format would have quarantined existing bad media. 19 11/25/2006 (1:50 pm) by Will Will (921 Posts) Yea, Brown out or "stutter" could have caused it.

I updated it from AO1 to A03, but that didn't help. Upgrade An Easy Way to Bigger and Better. Have an Acer Aspire 5100, which periodically ( much more as of late) will not boot, and going to the bios to look at stuff, the Hard drive and the dvd How To Check Dvd Drive In Bios Is that the one with two parrallel lines of small dots also known as PATA?

All I want to do is upgrade my hard drive. Hard Disk Not Detected In Bios This will stop any power saving commands from being sent.Turn on the system. It seems I have lost the FAT itself and so I imagine all that data (not much of it, just the OS install really) is lost. https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/optical-drives-works-but-its-not-detected-by-bios-how-528458/ What should I do?

That you would loose power from a working power supply like that is also as unlikely. Hard Disk Not Detected In Bios Laptop Then I re-connected the IDE cable to the mobo, turned the system on and received no errors, but probably because the value was still in the "OFF" state. I am running Windows XP on an MSI motherboard, Seagate 160GB HDD configured as Serial-ATA. Chkdsk D: ---returns size of volume as 135MB BUT 7.

Hard Disk Not Detected In Bios

Proffitt Forum moderator / July 21, 2011 4:52 AM PDT In reply to: in laptop PATA optical drive socket is different that HDD's http://mini-itx.com/store/?c=5#slim-adapters lets you see one. have a peek here Anyone???? Cd/dvd Rom Not Detected In Bios With this forum in mind, I was a little more thorough and actually wrote down my actions: 1. Sata Dvd Drive Not Detected In Bios Report shree- Sep 3, 2013 at 11:46 AM Good one...........

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I changed DVD-ROM to be the master and CD-ROM to be slave and went to BIOS. I think it safe that you’d understand what happens to a drive when it gets that type of faulty power connection---and to make matters worse, repairs with disk tools that only Confirm Hard Drive is recognized in BIOS. http://quodsoftware.com/not-detected/hard-disk-not-detected-in-bios.html Dec 16, 2009 #7 raybay TS Evangelist Posts: 7,241 +9 Thank you for taking the time to update us.

Here are some images of Serial ATA cables.  Click to expand.  The BIOS will not detect a hard disk if the data cable is damaged or the connection is Bios Doesn't Recognize Dvd Drive May 27, 2009 #10 lechevarria89 TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 43 Yeah, I no longer have a warranty.... May 28, 2009 #15 lechevarria89 TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 43 Did you try looking at disk management with the graphical view because it's different than just opening disk management.Click to

You could try loosening the mobo mounting screws to relieve the tension and see what happens.

Advanced port. Let me know how you get on. when I rebooted again I got the same "Secondary DRive 0" not found. Dvd Drive Not Detected During Boot I think it is just hook up there permanently but maybe not ?

aford10Sep 19, 2012, 8:34 AM This topic has been closed by Aford10 Ask a new question Read More Chipsets BIOS Hewlett Packard DVD Drives Motherboards Related Resources My dvd drive is Also could be that the type of DVD drive just will not work with the hardware on the mobo. Hdd detectd in bios. have a peek at these guys recovery media no longer available?

Too, a Win98 disk will only have FAT32 support. Even better yet: You MAY want to re-flash the BIOS…I’d think strong on that one. -Will 6 11/14/2006 (12:01 am) by Will Will (921 Posts) On another thought... Where dio I find updated controllers - Intel website? You may also...

Hahahaha! Brian Cooley found it for you at CES 2017 in Las Vegas and the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. Chkdsk C: /p ---response "volume contains one or more unrecoverable problems" 5. So, will someone please tell me what to do, to get the little connector thing on the motherboard to work again, since it worked fine the other day before I started

Might have been a loose power lead...who knows...from my experience, I think it was power related. 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. If possible, check the Hard Drive by connecting it to another computer. Sifter707Feb 5, 2011, 5:38 AM Ubrales said: Welcome to the Forum!You may have to delete Upper and Lower filters.

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