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Old 01-08-2009, 07:59 AM
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Originally Posted by lurkswithin View Post
First....the SATA drive can be a slave to the boot drive it is just not called a slave. Windows should be able to see the drive in "My Computer" > explore but will be noted as a mass storage device or removable storage device

In order to use the SCSI add-on card controller to boot from...your computer BIOS must support this. Check your BIOS boot order and see if it is listed as a first boot acceptable device . If the first boot device does not show as an ASCI or SATA then you will not be able to boot from the drive.
thank you lurkswithin for that info...
why can't I load window xp pro from my cd?


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