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  Bris 20:06 15 Nov 2003

Maybe the motherboard is not a new one i.e. the BIOS is not set up to autodetect the HDDs but is trying to access one that was connected before. Also try removing the slave drive and see if the BIOS picks up the master. The drive parameters are printed on a label attached to the drive and should match what the BIOS picks up. Hope this helps.

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