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Installation DVD Installed on SATA port not recognized by BIOS

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  • KMOQ Jan 18, 2008

    ASUS DVDE616A3T DVD ROM is the actual unit. I have already loaded defaults. Device not recognized on any SATA port. Thanx. K.

  • KMOQ Jan 18, 2008

    I have an ATA/IDE DVDRW already installed. My HDD is seated on SATA0 or SATA1, I can't remember. I have downloaded the drivers for that specific DVD ROM and the "device is not found" error message appears. But the drive is not found on the BIOS, not found on the Device Manager, either. K.

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Connect your DVD rom to sata2 and then fixed it well after that
try to go to bios setup and then load bios setup default.

Posted on Jan 18, 2008

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    Emelio Navaja Jan 18, 2008

    is the DVD not found on bios? if found in bios maybe you need a drivers of that DVD ROM . If not found,

    try that DVD rom in other computer. if this work in other computer maybe your Mboard cannot support Sata DVD Rom.



    If not work also then examine the DVD ROM maybe it has a factory defect.

  • Emelio Navaja
    Emelio Navaja Jan 21, 2008

    this means either that you have no connection both Mainboard and and the device attached. So the problem is either your mainboard and your sata device are not compatible. please verify your mainboard manual maybe some jumper setting on it accidentally remove and causing the not to function well.

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