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Well check if ur dvd is compatable wid the intel board ,check for the proper connection setting (try connect properly) and restart and check if the windows searches for the new hardware!!

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Motherboard won't recognize hard drive. won't book from windows 7 disc


Hello you have to enter the bios option to change the bootup settings.
Press the DEL or F2 button to enter the bios.
Next select the boot option, and make the DVD drive as first boot device, harddrive second.
Leave the bios by saving the settings you just made.

Place the windows disc in the dvd drive, and reboot.
The screen turns black, and a small text comes on top:
Press any key to boot from disk, use the space button.
Now the installation will start.
Remember to format the harddrive, when prompt.

The drivers can be downloaded here:

https://downloadcenter.intel.com/SearchResult.aspx?lang=eng&ProductFamily=Desktop+Boards&ProductLine=Intel%C2%AE+945+Express+Chipset+Family+Boards&ProductProduct=Intel%C2%AE+Desktop+Board+D945GCCR


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Hello visit intel here:

https://downloadcenter.intel.com/SearchResult.aspx?lang=eng&ProductFamily=Desktop+Boards&ProductLine=Intel%C2%AE+3+Series+Chipset+Boards&ProductProduct=Intel%C2%AE+Desktop+Board+DG31PR

And install the missing mainboard drivers.

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Remember to save your work when leaving bios.

Run also windows update.

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After post screen monitor goes into standby and cannot boot from dvd


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Intel DH55TC Motherboard does not recognize the internal dvd burner in BIOS


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Hi, I own a hp Pavilion Media Center a1600n desktop PC. Recently my motherboard stopped working. I replaced it with a gigabyte MA785GM-US2H. Here's my issue. The motherboard does not seem to recognize...


You may have tried this & I missed it.
For htis new cardto work, you need to DISABLE the on-montherbord video.
Go to BIOS Setup and you will find a spot where you can disable onboard video.
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I installed a new board now I have no video, my DVD rom isn't working and I am not even sure that the hard drive is working.


Hi cabireel,

Have you checked the compatibility list for that motherboard? The video would be the only thing that might cause a compatibility issue. The DVD and hard drive probably have their pin settings wrong, or haven't been recognized by BIOS. What I would do, is to take everything off the board, and install each component one by one. Make sure you have the memory, CPU, and start with the hard drive. When it turns on, go to bios and verify that bios reads and sees the hard drive. If it does, then boot it up, and then shut it down. Then take the DVD and Video card and do the same. One by one until you determine if Bios recognizes all components. If it doesn't then it could be the component that is bad.

Good Luck.

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Please give us more information.
1. How old is your PC?
2. Size of your old & new hard drive.
3. CPU speed, motherboard brand & model.

If your motherboard unable to recognize the size of the new drive. then, you can find BIOS update for you motherboard.

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Ofcourse you will need it..Get your DVD writer's brand and model...

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