|24 Dec 2012||#1|
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dvd-blueray righter/hard drive dissappear from system
my dvd / blueray writers dissappear from my system after the computer has been on for a while
or i startup and try to burn a dvd/blueray...now here is a hint i recently removed the dvd and installed a Hot Swap drivebay..that hard drive dissappears when when the blue ray dissappears... thaey ar on the same sata chipset the mobo has 6 ea 6gb/s sata connectors and 2 3gb/s sata connectors..the blue ray and the hotswap bay are on the 3gb/s chipset...the mobo has the latest bios and it makes no differance what bios version is installed and when i reboot the computer they are back...
here are the stats:
mobo-gigabyte 990fxa-ud7 am3+
16 gb ddr3 1600 mem
amd fx-8150 8 core cpu
ati 6950 video card 2 gb
1200 watt p/s
7 2tb hdd
any help would be appreaciated as i am tired of makeing coasters
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|26 Dec 2012||#3|
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new dvd and blue ray new hdd its not a power issue unless its a deep power management issue and it
happens on multiple computers mutiple os's xp Windows 7 w8... it happens every time i use dvd/blueray writeing software the drives return after i reboot and you can read any cd/dvd and run installes from them but not write if you do windows goes " DING " and they are gone...reboot they are back... every once in a while i can get away with making a dvd...its like there is a program monotoring the use of the dvd writer and if it detects the dvd writeing it shuts the dvd from the system resulting in coasters...it's driving me crazy...
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