The problem is the SATA drive is booting first and then brings up the blue screen of death.. I can't seem to find the right config in the bios to tell it to boot from the IDE drive.
The SATA drive was in another computer. The stop error I'm getting on it is:
STOP: 0x0000007b (oxf96dd63c, 0x0000034, 0x00000000, 0x00000000)
It says I should try chkdsk /f I boot off the CD and found that there is no chkdsk /F option at the repair console. I tried chkdsk /r and it got 33% done and then said it could not recover the drive.
I have a great data recovery tool I can use on the drive if I could just get it to boot as a secondary drive.
I noticed that when I tried to reinstall windows on the same partition (C:), the partition is said to be unknown. - neither NTFS or FAT32. With the partition being unknown if I can get the EIDE drive to boiot first I'm wondering if Windows will even be able to assigne it a drive letter, so that I can run my data recover software.