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Hey,
I just finished my first build and I am trying to download the operating system, but I just keep getting "Reboot and select proper boot device or insert boot media in selected Boot device and press a key" My mobo is a ASRock B75M-ITX. I have my dvd drive as the first priority, but I have it in Sata port 2, not sure if that has anything to do with it, just accidentally put it that port. I am using a iHas124 D dvd drive. The drive sounds like it is powering up and then just doesn't do anything. I also put the OS on a USB and it just keeps saying "Remove disks or other media, push any key to restart." I put the USB as the first boot in this case and it didn't work. I am trying to put Windows 7 on it. I have no idea what to do, can somebody help me.
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It doesn't matter which slot your SATA is because you can change it through your BIOS. For some reason some mobos don't like to wake up to a USB plugged in, so unplug everything that isn't useful until you can start installing drivers, ex printers, headphone(with mic) other flash drives, external hdds.
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Hey,
I just finished my first build and I am trying to download the operating system, but I just keep getting "Reboot and select proper boot device or insert boot media in selected Boot device and press a key" My mobo is a ASRock B75M-ITX. I have my dvd drive as the first priority, but I have it in Sata port 2, not sure if that has anything to do with it, just accidentally put it that port. I am using a iHas124 D dvd drive. The drive sounds like it is powering up and then just doesn't do anything. I also put the OS on a USB and it just keeps saying "Remove disks or other media, push any key to restart." I put the USB as the first boot in this case and it didn't work. I am trying to put Windows 7 on it. I have no idea what to do, can somebody help me.

It sounds like DVD drive is having trouble reading the disc. First is this an original stamped/holographic windows 7 install disc or did you burn an iso? If you burned an iso did you use a DVD ReWritable or or DVD writable (erase/write more than once or write-once-only)? In increasingly rare cases some kinds of DVD drives actually have a preference between DVD+R vs DVD-R formats. That's extremely rare if the drive is newer than 5 or so years.
 
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