I dont know if I worded that right but I installed Windows on a friend's computer with a SATA hdd. After everything was done I couldnt get his old IDE hdd to show up so he could tranfser all his music and whatnot. I then swapped out one of the CD-ROM drives to the hdd and it worked. Is there a setting I need to change so it recognizes the IDE hdd when plugged to the same channel? On another note, how do I re-assign drive letters so that the hard drive would be C:, D:, and E: instead of C:, F:, G:?