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My MB does not aceppt two devices in IDE. I have one DC reader and one DVD writer and the bios not aceppt. I tried with all of configurations, the power source is 450W, the MB is new and since the first usage the problem is present. The IntelĀ“s support can not help me... Can you help me? Divanil.

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  • divanil Aug 23, 2008

    In adiction of my post:

    CD reader is LG model GCR8521-B, DVD writer is LG model GSA-H22N.

    The bios detect devices in master and slave configuration, but not with two devices at same time = the bios program "lock" and I need to turn off the system and not work. With only one device, in any configuration, it works well. The Intel says: "at this time, we not have anything to help you". I tried with all possible configurations, others brands and model of devices and the problem is the same.

    Thank you.

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