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Reports: · Posted 7 years ago Top SamDenst Posts: 10 This post has been reported. rippon, Aug 7, 2012 #14 sgtwicki Messages: 2 Me too I am having a similar issue getting Parallels 8 to work with my functional Boot Camp install. the drive still worked fine.Just a bad week for that drive for whatever reason.Thanks for the help all, and I wish I could end this topic more explicitly.On a happy note, On mine, F12 opens boot options (though I have not tried it, so it may be nothing more than a shortcut to the boot order). this contact form

However, when I press OK I just get a DOS screen saying "Trying to boot from SATA drive 1..." Unfortunately, I can't use the method suggested by asfsadfa because I get There is also a Marvell Storage Controller, Marvell LAN 1 and Marvell LAN 2. My laptop Asus K24F wont boot after doing few changes in BIOS Tom’s guide in the world Germany France Italy Ireland UK About Us | Contact Us | Legal | Terms I saved the changes and exit. http://www.sevenforums.com/hardware-devices/276630-cant-boot-cd-dvd-sata-drive-ahci-mode.html

Computer Won't Boot From Dvd

If the system is not set to boot to UEFI, change it from the BIOS on startup or from the menu. That will get rid of the "no drive found" message. I'm stuck! No I did not update the BIOS yet.

Which SATA ports do you have your hard drive and CD/DVD drive connected to? disable secure boot under the security tab. After it loads from the cd, click next, then repair (down at the bottom) instead of install, and it will take you to a menu screen with a few options. Computer Won't Boot From Cd Windows 10 I was panicking.

I then tried to install ubuntu via usb flash drive and it would not detect the HDD. It's also a good idea with a new build to load it up with all the parts and do some stress testing. After the initial setup with Parallels, it says "Upgrading My Boot Camp" for a long time stuck at around 20%, and then Parallels tells me "You need to log in to https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1381399 Please help!

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Search Sign Up Log In Home Forum How To Download News Encyclopedia High-Tech Health Sign Up Language English Español Deutsch Français How To Enable Csm So, I then pulled out the HDD and placed it in a usb converter to see if the HDD is bad but it works fine on other computers. Had trouble about this. walden, Nov 9, 2012 #17 VenkatR1 likes this.

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Reports: · Posted 7 years ago Top ScottW Posts: 6609 This post has been reported. https://forum.parallels.com/threads/windows-7-wont-load-trying-to-boot-from-sata-drive-1.108985/ So I'm considering going to the store to buy a basic IDE DVD Burner to see if that fixes it. Computer Won't Boot From Dvd Though the cd rom drive is detected in the bios. Computer Won't Boot From Cd Windows 7 Click OK.

EXT64Feb 7, 2010, 9:59 AM Well, glad you got it sorted out. weblink Sometimes though this doesn't work, or just not as expected or planned. I then selected the 'Onboard or USB CD-ROM Drive' and pressed the enter key. Thanks, still having issues..... Computer Won't Boot From Hard Drive

That sounds like a good plan. The moderboard model is K56CA. and not the i386 version of 8.04 Right after keyboard selection it looks for the CD-ROM then i get this. http://globalcryptonews.com/boot-from/how-to-boot-from-external-cd-drive.html Get the answer smorizio a c 214 Ĉ ASUS a b D Laptop October 21, 2013 10:16:01 PM try clicking on delete boot option and see if you can make a

After I Select: 'Start or Install Ubuntu', it fails to boot If you have arrived at this prompt, you have successfully booted from the CD. Laptop Won't Boot From Cd When I boot the install CDROM, I receive an error after the keyboard stuff when it trys to mount the CDROM. Usually this consists of just inserting the disk into your DVD drive and rebooting your computer.

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Toshiba, IBM and others: press F12 while booting to get to the boot menu and choose CD-ROM. Adv Reply January 16th, 2010 #2 Dscottmc7 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Visit Homepage Just Give Me the Beans! In your current operating system when you navigate the DVD that you burned, you should see multiple directories and files, not the single .iso file. Can't Boot From Cd Windows 7 Clean install of 9.10 in December.

how you fix it is: try to start windows in a window, it'll hang on the trying to boot... All my HD's are SATA and my BlueRay DVDROM is also SATA so I have no problem disabling the Marvell Storage ROM in the BIOS. Multiple CD/DVD drives in your computer Some computers will only allow booting from one CD or DVD drive even though you have 2 or more CD/DVD drives. his comment is here Adv Reply January 17th, 2010 #5 falconindy View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Visit Homepage Skinny Extra Sweet Ubuntu Join Date Jun 2009 Location 0000:0400 BeansHidden!

The CDROM doesn't even spin up.The interesting thing (to me) is that it does this regardless of whether I have the hard drive in the boot order at all. Go to REPAIR option. I have heard of some issues of running the DVD drive in AHCI mode (though it should still work, but perhaps worth a try). it'll go to the win installation cd.

Name it "CD/DVD/CD-RW Drive" Note: In the File System List field select the option with "CD" at the end. solved Bios will recognize all drives, but won't allow me to boot from two (including the one with OS) Can't find your answer ? And PXE OpROM? I have one software disc when I purchased Windows 7.

This should be as simple as entering the BIOS, enable booting from the CD-ROM drive, and making sure that the CD-ROM is before the hard drive in the boot order. Does it seem that the motherboard is the cause or the DVD drive? Then I went into BIOS and set the boot priority to go CDROM, then HDD. The most common way to enter the BIOS is to press the DELETE key when the computer is first booted(this seems to be becoming standard).

asfsadfa said: ↑ Ok so I had the same problem. I still haven't fixed it yet, but thanks for at least that. I tried booting from a usb HDD and it looked like it might boot but only for 2 seconds.