|My DVD burner was not recognizing DVDs, including factory made commercial DVDs, but it would recognize CDs. Anyway, in my attempt to solve this problem I deleted the driver in Windows and went to restart my system, intending to re-install the driver and hopefully resolve the issue. However, on restart my system will now not boot up at all. I do not see the BIOS screen either. On my computer there are two DVD drives, D: (a burner) and E: just a DVD-ROM drive. The drive in question is the D: drive. When my computer is turned on, all fans and lights, etc. power up but there is nothing coming up on the screen. There is also no power going to the E: (not the one I removed the driver for). D: drive (the one I removed in Windows) does have power, the tray will open, etc. So, essentially when I turn on my computer the fans power up, the D: drive powers up, but when I attempt to put in my Recovery CD nothing happens. The hard drive doesn't appear to be firing up. |
So, how did deleting the D: DVD burner driver disable everything? Can I have the computer bypass the DVD drives and boot straight from the C: HD instead?
Thank you and any help you may able able to provide would be greatly appreciated!