I finally got the problem resolved. The number of items that the menu would display in the BIOS startup options menu was limited to 12. The floppy was always number 1 and the USB camera chip module would always displayed 4 separate devices along with all of the other SATA drives attached. The USB camera chip and SATA devices took priority over the DVD drives and there was no room left for them to display. I unplugged the USB camera chip module because I have another way of downloading pictures from my camera rather than use the USB Chip reader. Now the DVD drives are visible on the startup options menu and that is what I needed. Thank you for all of your suggestions. I did change the jumpers on the DVD drives to Master and Slave but that did not allow them to appear on the list. I guess MSI chose to limit the maximum number of startup devices to 12.