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try this,unplug all the cables form motherboard then plug it again one by one,then when is loading the bios screen select "load default settings" then is everithing in connected properly you should see the cd/dvd rom and the hdd,if not check on the official site if the motherboard supports all the devices that you connected.
u must either have one of the foll...to boot and install OS...also the seq in BIOS must be availabe and enabled
2 CD Rom Drive - internal
3 CD Rim Drive - External connected thru USB
4 You can also try to connect a USB pen drive having the OS install program and try - I have not tried that so not sure if this option works...sorry
5 If u can open the machine then u can connect another internal HD(this can contain ur OS install files) to the cable (connector points in the flat cable) that connect your internal HD to the Motherboard.
if i can think of anything else i will post
all the best
Yes, it is possible to boot to a USB device, even when there is no support in the system BIOS for such a feature. To do this you would need to install a freware utilty, a boot manager, called the PLoP Boot Manager. The PLoP Boot Manager is a small program to boot different operating systems.
You can boot the operating systems from harddisk, floppy,
CD/DVD or from USB.
You can start the boot manager from floppy, CD, network and there are many more ways to start the boot manager.
You can install the boot manager on your harddisk. There is no extra partition required for the boot manager.