DVD Player detects only not MSI Motherboard 865PE-Neo3

Hello

I just finished one of my two friends to fix computers. One is the ASUS MB (computer) and the other Mo MSI (so there is no confusion). Note: both computers are built to order.

The ASUS I completely fixed and works 100%.

The MSI computer isn't "works properly at all. It started with the Windows XP login screen where I need the password of connection that couldn't my friend ' retireve it or knows about it, given that this computer was sitting on the shelf for a few years. Which is a Pentium 4, MSI 865PE Neo 3 motherboard.
In any case I said to my friend that the only way to reset the password is to reinstall Windows XP Pro, which I was on will do. When I inserted the OEM disc and boot of it, the dvd player was not "on the startup list, so I went the BIOS/CMOS settings to check.

In the BIOS/CMOS settings dvd player has no ' dectet at all, so I tried to manually substitute in changing a channel IDE for CD/DVD Rom, which he did not ' work.

So the next step, I thought that if I tried the dvd drive of the MSI computer which is an LG model on the Asus computer which works very well. So I tried swaping cable SATA and DVD drive which it didn't work at all on the MSI computer. Everything works on the computer, ASUS, MSI computer not a reason any.

The only thing I can think there is something wrong the MSI as the motherboard its self or is the BIOS? I am tired of searching for answers on the web and geek computer sites/forums and no response to my problem releated.

Can some tell me the problem of this situation?

Thank you

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You should use Google to look for the mb manual. It lists all the bios options and teach you how to make the necessary changes.

I also read earlier that connect the sata cd/dvd cable to the sata3 has sometimes helped in these situations. I can't testify however. Certainly won't hurt to try if...

I asked just recently one of my friends who is a Certified MS saying that the old BIOS on P4 will not detect any what sata DVD drives even if I update the BIOS. DVD players work only on the BONES of his car not on the BIOS.

I have never heard that before and I'm sure that I did it myself... So, I don't think that is correct. If the accept P4 CPU and has SATA ports, it should work. I think it's just a matter of getting the correct bios settings.

Edit: your manual not very helpful if. Based on my experience, the settings you need are likely under embedded devices.

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