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I hav ejust purchased a new lg gh22 dvd writer. It is working fine in operating system like windows xp and ubuntu. The bios also recognizes the drive. But when i insert a bootable cd/dvd of ubuntu windows xp it wont boot. Infact in the boot sequence/priority i have the first is atapi cd rom. What could be the proble. The dvd is seconday master.

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  • parrot red Oct 06, 2009

    Ther is no hard disk on secondary cable. Also the i have tried ubuntu cd windows xp cd and mandriva dvd none of them boot. But all these 3 work on other drives. It works on the same once i login in windows xp. The problem is that my DVD-ram is not being recognised as bootable device.

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Hi,

Is the hard disk drive is in secondary slave? If yes, change it to master and your dvd is into slave. Refer to the jumper settings at the back on the drive. If not work, your bootable disk may defective. Try other a botable disk.

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