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SATA DVD-ROM stopped working after upgrading from WinXP to Win7

I recently upgraded from Windows XP 32-bit, to Windows 7 64-bit. Everything seemed to go smoothly, but now my DVD-ROM won't work. It won't even show up in my BIOS. My two SATA hard drives work fine, but not the ROM. I upgraded all my drivers, however, under the Device Manager, I still get an alert beside my RAID Controller. Could this be the issue? If so, how do I go about fixing it. I downloaded the drivers for my chipset already.
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    If you're not able to see the device in your Bios, the problem does not related to windows.

    Try to reset your Bios to default settings, and make sure the DVD-ROM connectors (SATA & power) are stapled properly.
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