SCSI CD-Rom not recognised on boot up

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tain_101

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Is there a way of making bios recognise the scsi cd roms I have prior to entering windows?

Not causing any probs unless I want to ever boot from CD Rom.
 
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Braniac

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This depends on the SCSI card you have. Many Bios's have an option to enable the SCSI Bios, which should enable your cdroms before boot.
 

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