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CD/DVD JUST FLASHES DOES NOT OPEN


OCRIDION

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Hi All,

I got my SATA Power Adapters, but I don't know if I have setup my CD Drive right. The Drive is plugged into SATA 4, and the Power is coming from a Molex cable which is plugged in via a Molex to SATA power adapter.

I turn the system on but the CD Drive just flashes when I press the eject button and then just doesnt do anything. I have tried a different Molex outlet, and a different SATA MB Port.

Any ideas?

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Fruit Bat /\0/\

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Make sure that the SATA ports are switch on in the BIOS.

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OCRIDION

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Well, the Post Screen is detecting the drives. And u haven't seen a SATA disable option anywhere.

Also, my HDD is not formatting or even allowing a volume to be created in the unallocated space. All points to SATA.

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ashdav

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In the BIOS set all drives to AHCI. They're probably set to IDE at the moment.

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OCRIDION

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Thats exactly the response I needed, anything but buy something, or wait for something. lol

When I get home i will try the AHCI setting as it IS on IDE at the moment. But what is AHCI?

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