[QUOTE=eric93se;2609808]So just to reaffirm what was said already. Check to make sure all the connectors are connected. Also make sure you connected both power cables to the MB. Each device (HDD and ODD) should have two connections, one for power the other the data cable (SATA). Your new video card also needs a 6-pin power connector attached to the end of it.
If that doesn’t do the trick then you have to get into the BIOS. You do that by tapping the ‘F1’ key or the ‘Del’ key when the machine first boots up. Then in the menu’s you look for ‘Boot Priority’ and then select your HDD as the first boot device. You PC is pretty new so its most likely not the battery.[/QUOTE]
eric, thanks for the reply. The way I replaced the old with the new was take a wire out and replace it from the new supply. I will check again. Stupid question what is the ODD device?