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You probably don't have the software installed. Go to the dvd mfgr's website and download the driver. Often, windows will not install the correct one. Does the unit have power?...does it light up when you boot? If not, the problem is not the driver.
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CD Rom not detected? As in the Disk or your CD Rom Drive? If it is the disk you should make sure that your drive is compatible to read it. There are different kinds of DVD's out there. If your Drive isn't recognized this will take a little bit of troubleshooting to determine the issue. First, you should make sure it hasnt become disconnected. Does it open and close? If you go into device manager, is it listed under CD/DVD Drives? Try running a windows update to see if it has drivers for it. You can try to reboot your PC. It is also possible that the drive is actually failing and needs to be replaced.
1. Go to Hardware Profile and Remove your Asus ROM profile. 2. Shutdown your Machine - 3. Remove the Asus ROM from your Sata Connector. 4. Turn your Computer ON without that ROM 5. Shutdown it again, and Reconnect your ROM to those Sata connectors 6. Comment back here if still not working. :)
Dissamble the dvd rom from pc. Open it and clean the laser with a soft cloth or try a dvd lens cleaner disk. You can buy it from any hardware shop. Connect the cables correctly. Start with a fresh dvd disk. If your pc still can't detect dvd disc, replace dvd rom with a new one.
Alright i would say it has something to do with your memory if you don't know what that is it's RAM= RANDOM ACCESS MEMORY check in your BIOS to see if your RAM is in and also check your boot order to see if its correct like your HARD DRIVE first then CD-ROM.
Check your different jumper settings in the drive; Is your CD RW drive set in the proper setup as a slave or master drive; or as a single drive.Check in your bios, in the disk management section if your CD RW is detected.