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RCM View Public Profile Find More Posts by RCM 22 May 2012 #4 Dwarf Windows 8.1 Pro RTM x64 10,420 posts Doncaster, UK Hi RCM and welcome to Well without any long discussion explaining the answer is it won't help you at all. See if you get any error message(s)...i expect the PC will not boot up... My System Specs Computer type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number Dwarf Dwf/11/2012 r09/2013 OS Windows 8.1 Pro RTM x64 CPU Intel Core-i5-3570K 4-core @ 3.4GHz (Ivy Bridge) (OC 4.4GHz) Motherboard ASRock Z77 check over here

Quote: Originally Posted by RCM Note: before anyone says anything about moving the swap file, I already understand all of the arguments about putting it on the same HD. ABOUT About Us Contact Us Discussion Forum Advertising Privacy Policy GET ARTICLES BY EMAIL Enter your email address to get our daily newsletter. If I buy a foreclosure at courthouse auction, am I in any way responsible for debt on the property? If you have other tech questions, email them to me at [email protected], or post them to a community of helpful folks on the PCW Answer Line forum.

Cd Drive Not Showing In Bios

It's set with 'Windows Boot Manager' as 1st boot now. Comment only on the article. Please help at the earliest. New question?

Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Gigabyte made some thousand different boards. After downloading codecs and changing the upper and lower filters. I wouldn't think so. Dvd Drive Not Detected In Bios Laptop I had a similar problem in windows xp after trying to get ashampoo 9 to work.

Quote: Originally Posted by RCM Question #3: How do I go about moving/setting the pagefile (swap file) onto another partition? Cd Drive Not Showing In Boot Menu kilo_17Mar 23, 2011, 1:47 AM Did you just burn the file regularly using Windows? Having not much computer knowledge I simply did a restore and it cured everything and has been fine since. https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/dvd-optical-drive-not-showing-as-boot-option-in-bios/ Optical drives can sometimes be a bit finicky when it comes to the media used.

I myself have found out, on previous systems, that not all media is the same. No Option To Boot From Cd No drive at all Now, if you don’t have a CD or DVD drive, or it’s just not going to get fixed, then things get a little more interesting. Wow. More like this Simple Fixes for a Problematic PC Reinstall Windows Without Losing Your Data USB Interferes with Boot Video How to Block Ads in Windows 10