Problem with Win XP not booting from SATA DVD/CD Drive is fixed. I needed to set the 1st boot device in BIOS to the CDROM part of the DVD/CD drive rather than the DVD part since Win XP is on CD. Thanks
Win 7 OEM disk still won't boot from SATA DVD drive when 1st boot device is set to the DVD drive. 1st boot device is set to: IDE:Lite, OL LTP-06 (SATA DVD).
1st Drive is set to: SATA:3M-ST3500 (New 500BG Harddrive).
Computer goes to the DVD, but I get error mess "NTLDR is missing" & will not boot.
I'm running Win XP 32bit & trying to install Win 7 OEM to a new 500GB SATA Harddrive.
The harddrive is partitioned & viewable in Win Explorer.