Go to the BIOS setup. see the link I sent you and check the settings.
These are the relevant details
- Diskette Drive A Identifies the floppy drive attached to the DSKT connector on the system board. With the standard cabling configuration, Diskette Drive A (the boot floppy drive) is the 3.5-inch floppy drive installed in the top externally accessible drive bay. The two options are 3.5 Inch, 1.44 MB and Not Installed.
Tape drives are not reflected in the Diskette Drive A
option. For example, if a single floppy drive and a tape drive are attached to the floppy drive interface cable, set Diskette Drive A
to 3.5 Inch, 1.44 MB
- SATA Primary Drive Identifies the serial ATA hard drive attached to the SATA1 connector on the system board.
- SATA Secondary Drive Identifies the serial ATA hard drive attached to the SATA2 connector on the system board (not available on the small form-factor or small desktop computers).
- Primary Drive 0 Identifies the IDE hard drive attached to the IDE1 connector on the system board.
- Primary Drive 1 Identifies the IDE device attached to the IDE2 connector on the system board.
- Secondary Drive 0 Identifies the device that is cabled with the drive on the IDE1 data cable.
- Secondary Drive 1 Identifies the device that is cabled with the device on the IDE2 data cable.
- IDE Drive UDMA Sets the mode for all installed hard drives.
<a name="1135808">NOTE: You must have an IDE device connected to the primary IDE interface if you have an IDE device connected to the secondary IDE interface.
When you set diskette drive - floppy enabled. I t should then appear in the boot device
Look at primary drive 1 that should be the CD connected to IDE2.
The fact it may not at this stage work, does not stop it being Identified in the BIOS.