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You need is an open slot for the drive, an available SATA slot / cord, and a SATA power. It may require you to go into BIOS, and in some cases a driver for the new drive. Don't forget the SATA drivers if you have XP.
Hi, As far as I understand you have an older PC with IDE slots only and your LG DVD drives have the SATA(serial ATA) connections. You can purchase a PCI SATA controller card as shown in the diagram below. Simply plug it into a PCI slot in your motherboard and plug your DVD drive into the SATA card.
you should contact your computer servicing centre.the problem might be of the drive.for getting more knowledge about the ASUZ mother board and SATA please make use of your users CD which is given with every ASUZ motherboard.easily understandable pictorial reprasentation of the whole mother board are given there.by that you can even find out the problem in *********** board if any. if you are convinced please rate me
Hello, I have had similar problems with that same motherboard in the past and have found that resetting the cmos (see users manual) or just taking the battery of the motherboard for a few minutes can solve this. CAUTION please remove the power lead on your tower before touching any components inside, and earth yourself first by touching metal.. as static discharge kills pc components..
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OK, you did not say that it was a DVD driver - in the BIOS, SATA settings should be auto. If it is not seeing it after, then check the mother board spec if it is SATA 1.1 or SATA 2. Most drives have a jumper that is left on for SATA 1.1, and removed for SATA 2. If it still does not work, then the drive may be bad.