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My z820 lost SATA-connected Pioneer Optical Drive from Boot Device List

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This optical drive is connected to AHCI #1 port, and AHCI#0 is for a SSD, since SAS ports are fully used for SSD's and HDD's. A month ago, the problem happened for unknown reason. In the Windows environment, it works as usual. So far, the solution is to use instead an external USB optical device following the boot device list. BIOS update does not help. Any advice is much appreciated.

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Solved by myself. Very sorry I found for the pioneer BDR-drive a wrong cabling to SCU port, not correctly AHCI ports. Next time will be more carefully to do it.

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Solved by myself. Very sorry I found for the pioneer BDR-drive a wrong cabling to SCU port, not correctly AHCI ports. Next time will be more carefully to do it.

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