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New build Asrock N68-S UCC. System boots successfully from firmware DOS(?). BIOS shows that HD and SATA DVD drive recognized. Boot sequence set up for boot from DVD drive as device 1. Drive's read light suggests that attempt made to boot from DVD but fails. Message comes up to create SATA driver diskette Diskette created and then attempt to boot from diskette. No success. What to do next

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