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First of all, here is a link to download the ASUS A7M266-D manual in PDF format:)

The CD/DVD must appear in the BIOS before it will be seen and used by Windows. There are two reasons it (they) might not be seen. There is a jumper pin block on the back of each CD/DVD to designate Master, Slave or Cable Select. you must move the little plastic jumper clip to the correct position. If you are using a 40pin IDE cable, the top drive should be Master and the bottom drive should be Slave. If you are using the newer, smoother 80pin cable then both should be set to Cable Select. Having the jumper in the wrong position will prevent the IDE controller from sensing one or both of the drives as the signal will get confused in the cable.

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If you are just replacing the original CD/DVD, it should be in the Secondary Master channel. If you are adding a second drive then your new CD/DVD will be in the Secondary Slave channel, which you should change from NONE to AUTO. You will have to reboot for the change to take effect. Go straight back into the BIOS to verify that the added drive is recognized (the BIOS should list the drive type and information). Once you can see it on the BIOS screen, Windows will recognize and automatically configure it.

Now, as for your Windows saying the drivers are corrupt, that is a different problem which usually happens after removing software to burn CDs/DVDs. It is not an uncommon problem. I believe a link that describes your problem and solution is here:)

Finally, you mention XP Professional like you are going to reinstall your hard drive. It may not be necessary unless you are doing it "just because". If you have/had XP Home on the hard drive, you will have to do a full installation for Professional, you will lose all data and programs, AND you will need to locate the correct drivers for your system to get all the pieces to work. You will also need an XP Professional COA to activate the new operating system, as you cannot activate Professional with a Home edition key.

For most users, there is no advantage in using Professional over Home edition (there are some new features used for networking, remote desktop, etc. that single machine home users just do not have reason to use). If you are installing Pro just to fix your DVD problem, it is probably unnecessary.

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also there should be a 2 prong jump block on *********** board to reset bios.

check *********** boards book for location of this will need a jumper to do this. if you have any old hd's or cd dvd drives laying around you can use one of them. the little black thing for master/slave jumping..or an old mother board.

i have like 4 of them in the bottom of my case just incase i have to reset bios the hard way.

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or change the ram

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