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Hi Chris,
Just verifying. Have you connected your ODD to Sata port 5 and selected the BIOS setting for this port to IDE?
Here are two images from the User Manual.
[image|894842]
[image|894844]
=== Update (09/12/2016) ===
Hi Chris,
-An '''ODD '''is an '''O'''ptical '''D'''isc '''D'''rive. In other words either a CD-ROM drive or a DVD drive.
+An '''ODD '''is an '''O'''ptical '''D'''isc '''D'''rive.
You need to connect the ODD Sata cable to '''Sata port No.5 '''on the motherboard. Here is an image
[image|894856]
Then you need to go into BIOS and set Sata port 5 to IDE. Leave the HDD set to AHCI. Don't forget to save your changes in BIOS.

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Edit by: jayeff ,

Text:

Hi Chris,
Just verifying. Have you connected your ODD to Sata port 5 and selected the BIOS setting for this port to IDE?
Here are two images from the User Manual.
[image|894842]
[image|894844]
=== Update (09/12/2016) ===
Hi Chris,
An '''ODD '''is an '''O'''ptical '''D'''isc '''D'''rive. In other words either a CD-ROM drive or a DVD drive.
You need to connect the ODD Sata cable to '''Sata port No.5 '''on the motherboard. Here is an image
[image|894856]
-Then you need to go into BIOS and set Sata port 5 to IDE. Leave the HDD set to AHCI.
+Then you need to go into BIOS and set Sata port 5 to IDE. Leave the HDD set to AHCI. Don't forget to save your changes in BIOS.

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Edit by: jayeff ,

Text:

Hi Chris,
Just verifying. Have you connected your ODD to Sata port 5 and selected the BIOS setting for this port to IDE?
Here are two images from the User Manual.
[image|894842]
[image|894844]
=== Update (09/12/2016) ===
Hi Chris,
+
An '''ODD '''is an '''O'''ptical '''D'''isc '''D'''rive. In other words either a CD-ROM drive or a DVD drive.
-You need to connect the ODD Sata cable to Sata port No.5 on the motherboard. Here is an image[image|894856] Then you need to go into BIOS and set Sata port 5 to IDE. Leave the HDD set to AHCI.
+
+You need to connect the ODD Sata cable to '''Sata port No.5 '''on the motherboard. Here is an image
+
+[image|894856]
+
+Then you need to go into BIOS and set Sata port 5 to IDE. Leave the HDD set to AHCI.

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Edit by: jayeff ,

Text:

Hi Chris,
Just verifying. Have you connected your ODD to Sata port 5 and selected the BIOS setting for this port to IDE?
Here are two images from the User Manual.
[image|894842]
+
[image|894844]
+
+=== Update (09/12/2016) ===
+
+Hi Chris,
+An '''ODD '''is an '''O'''ptical '''D'''isc '''D'''rive. In other words either a CD-ROM drive or a DVD drive.
+You need to connect the ODD Sata cable to Sata port No.5 on the motherboard. Here is an image[image|894856] Then you need to go into BIOS and set Sata port 5 to IDE. Leave the HDD set to AHCI.

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Edit by: jayeff ,

Text:

Hi Chris,
Just verifying. Have you connected your ODD to Sata port 5 and selected the BIOS setting for this port to IDE?
-Here is an image from the User Manual.
+Here are two images from the User Manual.
[image|894842]
+[image|894844]

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Original post by: jayeff ,

Text:

Hi Chris,

Just verifying. Have you connected your ODD to Sata port 5 and selected the BIOS setting for this port to IDE?

Here is an image from the User Manual.

[image|894842]

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