It's like a big LOOP... I can't do it! Ok here's the deal. I'm running an Intel D975XBX mobo. On the mobo there's a video card, ATI Radeon X 1600 Pro Crossfire. My Acer LCD is connect to the video card with the DVI cable. MY 320GB Sata drive isn't formatted. When I load up the computer I get an error message that says... "PXE-E61: Media test failure, check cable. PXE-M0F- Exciting Intel Boot Agent No bootable device -- Insert boot disk and press any key." I tried a couple of things. 1. When I boot from CD: I can hear the CD/DVD drive working. The green light on it turns on. But my LCD goes blank and it just stays like this. 2. When I boot from Floppy I put in booth of my RAID Drivers disks to see if maybe these are what they need to boot up and it said It cannot detect a boot disk... To enter a boot disk and press any key which return me to the first error messages I wrote above. ----- I don't understand what the problem here seems to be. I have two disks a RAID Driver (Intel Matrix Storage Technology, BLACK SATA CONNECTORS) and a blue disk RAID Driver (Silicon Image SATA Controller, Blue SATA CONNECTORS) All my cables are connect properly, I've check a million times... Everything is connected good... MY mobo book says I need to configure my SATA as a RAID and then I should get a Matrix Storage Technology ROM menu but it never happens... Instead I get the same error at the top , which I wrote. Any Ideas? The boot agent I'm using is Intel PXE-2.1. Thanks.