I'm not sure on most of it's specs, but I know what should be relevant to this problem.
Motherboard - Asus K8V SE Deluxe
HDD - 200gb Seagate Barracuda SATA
The motherboard confuses me. It has 4 SATA ports on in. Two are labeled as "Sata1" and "Sata2", the other two (Located in a different area of the board) are labeled as "Pri_Sata" and "Sec_Sata". I'm not really sure what's going on here. Also, when it's starting up, depending on whether the HDD is plugged into the Numbered SATA, or the pri/sec SATA, it gives different messages. Numbered it says something about Fastrak and the BIOS not being installed. Pri/Sec is comes up with some 'stripe' stuff and if I press ctrl+f to get into some menu, it's talking about Arrays.
Sorry I can't get exact messages - My dad is on his PC right now (I have Windows 98SE running on it).
I thought it might be some sort of driver problem, so I searched the asus site for the board, downloaded the RAID controller driver thing, and then used a program called nlite to make a copy of my XP install cd with the drivers on it (no floppy disk to just use the 'f6' option when installing). When I done this, I got an error about a corrupted file.
Any ideas on how to get this working?
Edit: Oh, and if it matters - My setup CD doesn't have any Service Packs. I just integrated SP2 onto a new install CD though, so I have an XP Professional SP2 setup disc now.
Edited by Seltox, 25 March 2008 - 05:04 AM.