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Windows 7: help why sometime is not my dvd ASUS DRW-24B5ST sata avaible ?

16 Jul 2013   #21
drugo

windows 7 ultimate 64bit
 
 

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Why is your dvd burner listed as a SCSI devise? It should be listed as a SATA devise. I would look at the BIOS settings.

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me too , mean i did not understand why is listed as scsi device
which motherboard do you have?
i have lots of settings in the bios , i don't even know where should i loot at

thanks

What mobo do you have?

With my BIOS I would look under "System">"ATA Port Information"

You want the on board eSATA controller set as "Enable" and the controller set to "IDE Mode" or "AHCI Mode"

Look under "Peripherals" for additional SATA setup parameters.
an asus
but it's odd because now i got it's the bios
sometime my dvd start up and i can see it in the list sometime it's not in the list
weird


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18 Jul 2013   #22
madcratebuilder

Win8/8.1,Win7-U64, Vista U64, uncounted Linux distor's
 
 

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me too , mean i did not understand why is listed as scsi device
which motherboard do you have?
i have lots of settings in the bios , i don't even know where should i loot at

thanks

What mobo do you have?

With my BIOS I would look under "System">"ATA Port Information"

You want the on board eSATA controller set as "Enable" and the controller set to "IDE Mode" or "AHCI Mode"

Look under "Peripherals" for additional SATA setup parameters.
an asus
but it's odd because now i got it's the bios
sometime my dvd start up and i can see it in the list sometime it's not in the list
weird
If it's intermittently showing in BIOS it could possibly be a connection problem. Inspect the sata cable ends, maybe you picked up a small piece of debris. Try a different sata port on the mobo? Bad cable?
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