Had a few problems with XP of late. Not sure what exactly but I was convinced XP had become a little bit unstable and decided to do a fresh install.
Backed up all the important stuff to an external and away we went.
Loaded my XP disc and went through the loading files stages. Then selected to install XP, pressed enter and got the available partitions to choose from. It was at this stage I noticed that Windows was seeing my internal slave drive as my local disc and my local disc as a slave. I assumed this was just a minor mistake (I wish) on the part of windows and selected the drive that I knew to be my local and installed XP to it.
Heres the thing, since then my OS is installed to the correct disc but Windows see's my local disc a D: and my internal slave as C:
How the heck can I change them back as as far as I know Windows wont let me make changes to a disc holding a system volume???
Edit: Jumper settings are all correct.
Edited by Mighty Boosh, 20 February 2009 - 04:06 PM.