|19 May 2012||#1|
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DVD Drive not Recognized in Bios
So I unplugged the Drive to spot out some problem with windows not installing correctly and now the Drive isn't being show in the Bios or on boot, it has power cause it opens the tray correctly and I tried resetting the bios to defaults.
How do I fix this. And I'm in the process of reinstalling Windows so I'm limited in what things I can do.
Thanks For Reading.
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