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I think what TENNHICKS200 was trying to say is unplug the cd/dvd drive from the motherboard either sata or ide (i think it's sata for 620) into another sata port. depending on which form factor you have, you may only have one port for both hdd and cd/dvd. if this is the case (1 port for each) swap the sata ports and see if the hdd is being read in the bios before you boot to windows. if the cd/dvd drive is being read in the bios and is not burning in windows, then my friend, you have a defective cd/dvd drive.
Posted on Jul 29, 2009
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