New build - DvDrom problems Tags: DVD Drives New Build Storage Last response: March 3, 2010 1:27 PM in Storage Share mlmanjoney February 22, 2010 11:22:27 AM Hello, Well after putting together, taking apart and putting back together multiple times I got my first build to POST, show BIOs and all that jazz (very exciting) However now my DVDrom won't open. the light comes on and I can manually open it (the little hole) and put my Windows disc in. However nothing happens. In the BIOs the drive is there, but it just cannot boot from it. I tried changing the SATA connectors, the slots and fiddling around to the best of my ability. Neither the drive door will open by pushing the eject button, nor will the Windows disc boot from it. Any help would be appreciated. http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/searchtools/ite... is the DVDrom I am trying to install More about : build dvdrom problems evongugg a b G Storage March 3, 2010 1:27:17 PM RMA the drive. it's bad. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources : ForumPowering 3 Fans and a dvdrom , is enough to test PSU? ForumSuggestions For New DVD-ROM ForumDVDrom in Bios not in Win7 ForumHow to evaluate a DVDROM ? ForumASUS P8Z77-V Problem . Finds hard drive, but not DVD-ROM ForumSCSI or ATAPI Slot Load DVD-Rom Drives ForumCD-Rom / CD-RW / DVD-Rom not reading data on CD's ForumNew Pioneer DVD/Rom not working - please help Forum"Please Insert the Correct DVD-ROM , click OK and Restart..." BFME2 Forumdvd-rom problems Forum[ NEW BUILT] Those this Build Has Any problems ? ForumP4P800-E Deluxe & DVD-ROM problems -- HELP Forumharddrive and DVD-Rom problems ForumNew build for 3d graphics and programming ForumWhy does my DVD-ROM reject new discs? ForumDVD-ROM drive works one day, not the next. ForumToshiba DVD-ROM problem Forum[ New Build ] Problems with home/ new built computer ForumFirst SSD advice? ForumNew SATA drive problem More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !