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reboot and select proper boot device

So i got myself an i5 3750 & Gigabyte B75M-D3H mobo with my old WD 500 GB & 4 GB RAM so when i try to boot up it says to select proper boot device i inserted the disk tried everything but it always gives the same result i'm going crazy i have got some entrance forms to fill & i cant do anything without my pc please help guys ASAP.
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  1. Do you see the hdd and the DVD drive in bios?
  2. noidea_77 said:
    Do you see the hdd and the DVD drive in bios?


    Yes i see them but my main hdd is shown as PATA dnt know why though & i pick out the DVD as boot device.
  3. Set the sata mode to ahci first and make sure it's a bootable DVD. It sound like is it not.
  4. noidea_77 said:
    Set the sata mode to ahci first and make sure it's a bootable DVD. It sound like is it not.


    the BIOS is detecting the hdd but it says that its 0 MB in size
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    atanug09 said:
    noidea_77 said:
    Set the sata mode to ahci first and make sure it's a bootable DVD. It sound like is it not.


    the BIOS is detecting the hdd but it says that its 0 MB in size

    Sounds like a dead hdd? Can you test it in another computer?
  6. noidea_77 said:
    atanug09 said:
    noidea_77 said:
    Set the sata mode to ahci first and make sure it's a bootable DVD. It sound like is it not.


    the BIOS is detecting the hdd but it says that its 0 MB in size

    Sounds like a dead hdd? Can you test it in another computer?

    It was dead alright i'm confused it was just 3 months old dnt knw what happened will a sub-par psu do that? my last WD gave a service of good 6 years but it too died a month back
  7. atanug09 said:
    noidea_77 said:
    atanug09 said:
    noidea_77 said:
    Set the sata mode to ahci first and make sure it's a bootable DVD. It sound like is it not.


    the BIOS is detecting the hdd but it says that its 0 MB in size

    Sounds like a dead hdd? Can you test it in another computer?

    It was dead alright i'm confused it was just 3 months old dnt knw what happened will a sub-par psu do that? my last WD gave a service of good 6 years but it too died a month back

    Sometimes they work for years, sometimes they are dead on arrival.
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