Last week my old desktop died, the power supply fan burnt out and the motherboard became extremely glitchy (Im guessing from having so much heat hitting it for a long time.) Anyway, I bought new components and built my new PC.. New Stuff: Motherboard - ASUS P5N-E SLI CPU - Intel Core 2 Duo Processor E4300 (1.8ghz, 800mhz FSB, 2MB L2 Cache) Hard Drives - 500gig SATA (Samsung) hard drive (Brand new, clean) Memory - Corsair - 2GB Memory Module Kit (2x 1GB) (240PIN, DDR2 DIMM) Video Card - e-GeForce 7600GS Power Supply - 500w Coolmaster Old Stuff: TV Tuner - WinTV-PVR-150 (PCI Slot, this is from my old computer) Sound Card - SoundBlaster Audigy2ZS (PCI Slot, this is from my old computer) Hard Drives - 80gig & 175gig IDE hard drives (from old computer) DVD Drives - 2x IDE DVD Burners The Problem: When I boot up, the BIOS only detects the SATA drive and not any of my IDE devices (2 HDs and 2 DVD drives), all connections have been checked and they are tight. Boot message error is as followed: DISK BOOT FAILURE, INSERT SYSTEM DISK AND PRESS ENTER Another problem, I cannot eject my DVD drives through normal means (paperclip works, but they won't respond to their Eject button, and yes they have power, the light just keeps flickering) So I used a paperclip, opened the drive, popped in a windows xp CD, and pressed enter, no luck. Rebooted and tried again (with CD already in drive), still no luck. **UPDATE** I currently have 1 dvd drive connected to the motherboard, the other one just has power and isn't connected to the motherboard. The one that's connected (IDE cable) will not open no matter what I try (besides the paperclip), however, the second DVD drive that has power but isn't connected to the motherboard opens as it should. I tried powering down and switching the two devices, and the same situation is occuring. Any advice would be greatly appeciated!