Recently I connected my HD into other PC then I connected it back on my PC but now I'm having a hard time to make my DVD drive work, I never had problems before and it was working fine. This is what happens: When I turn on the PC, the DVD led flashes and everything, I can open and close the tray without problems. The DVD drive is showed in the bios too. But as soon as Windows XP starts loading the DVD drive wont work, with this I mean it wont even open the tray. Once Windows has started its the same... It looks like the drive is detected because under device manager it shows this: "DVD-ROM SCSI CdRom device", and my other CD drive is listed too. But when I try to access it, I get a "Please insert a disk into drive E:" eventho I already have a disc there. If I try to eject it using windows nothing happens. This is how I have my connections: (got primary and secundary IDE enabled in bios) Primary IDE: Master is my HD Primary IDE: Slave is CD-ROM Drive Secundary IDE: Master is DVD drive (the one with problems) Secundary IDE: Slave = nothing Already tried swapping the DVD-Drive to primary IDE as slave but it happens exactly the same. Im so confused, why would it work before windows starts to load, but wont work after?? What do you recommend me to do? Im out of ideas, do you think its the drive jumpers? Or something related to Windows? should I reinstall?