Ok, I have just bought a new intel 915 gev board. I hooked up all my new components but i have an IDE/ATA harddrive. There is also 4 SATA ports which i didnt plan on using. Since there is only one parrallel ATA port, i had to use that for my CD-ROM drive. Anyway, i bought an adapter that plugs into your regular PCI slot and it gives you 2 more ATA ports. I plugged my harddrive into it and tried to install windows XP again. When i get to the part where it says, "Press enter to continue, Press R to use the recovery module thing etc.." i pressed enter and it said that my hard drive wasnt installed on my computer. I checked all my cables and they were properly connected. I even checked my BIOS but the harddrive did not show up in there. Also, i checked my jumpers and they are set to work as the master drive. So do i have to use a SATA harddrive, or is it a problem with the adapter?