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Have you checked the SATA settings at the bios? Check the bios settings and then try to reinstall the drivers from the cd rom.
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Posted on Sep 13, 2010
According to your replies, it seems that you were told only half of the solution... The SATA controller settings is within the BIOS settings, but it's supposed to be under Advanced Settings/Peripheral Settings/etc. - depends on your BIOS type - and NOT under Standard BIOS Settings.
The way I see it (I might be mistaken, though), the BIOS controller is currently disabled, therefore your DVD is not recognized.
I can tell you for sure that no re-installation is required! The only scenario in which it is necessary is when the SATA mode has to be changes from IDE to AHCI - but this has nothing to do with your case, as I see it!
Anyways, can you specify your motherboard model? It will help me help you better.
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Posted on Sep 13, 2010
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