Windows cannot boot, unless there is a DVD rom

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I have a problem with Windows XP and this is my latest experience. I finished up my installation of Windows XP sp3… after I turned off the CPU and I unplug the DVD ROM, when I restart the computer it will not boot into Windows but restart continues.

This makes me wonder, after I plug it back to the DVD ROM. It can boot Windows and there is no master in DVD. I already uninstalled and reinstalled 3 times. But still problematic as above.

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Windows cannot boot, unless there is a DVD rom

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Hi,

Did you fix the jumper setting in your DVD ROM? At the back of your DVD ROM there is a jumper setting one is Master, two is Slave, and next is CS.

Please check the jumper settings and put the jumper into Slave setting.

Visit this site for more information: Experts in CD/DVD ROM

Thank you hope it helps.

Regards;

henjobeder

Answered By 0 points N/A #88649

Windows cannot boot, unless there is a DVD rom

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Thank God.. Like what you said I need to be setting the jumper. Thanks a lot  Henjobeder.

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