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    I have recently moved my PC into my new case the Lian Li pc 65.
    Something went wrong. : (

    I could not boot at all. Right now my pc is ok. Yet i have no CD-rom or CDRW. The only reason i could boot is because i removed that whole IDE channel ( the one which connects my cd-rom and CDRW).

    If you have anything that could help me at all please reply.

    If you wanted to know my motherboard is the A-BIT KR7A

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    This is a bit of a long shot....but it may have something to do with the jumper settings on your CD-ROM and CDRW...

    Did you put them in the same order in the new case; by this i mean, the order that they are conected on the IDE cable. If you did, try them how they were before...should work.
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    yes, the cd-rom is master and cdrw is slave

    im not sure what is wrong :/

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    I'm not at all sure why your having a boot-up problem?

    But it would be to your benefit to set the CDRW as master when you get it working. Should give you a bit better burning overall.
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    Yes the CDRW would do much better as the master. :smokin:

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