I bought a new western digital hard drive for my system seeing my maxtor hard drive was dying. I have an old seagate hard drive running win 2000 incase of anything and as backup. I used the seagate as the OS in order to copy the maxtor HDD (which has my current file system with all my files) to the new WD HDD. I formatted the WD & was ready to copy the maxtor data to the WD data. Since my maxtor had an OS, it loaded the seagate OS as primary (which is should) but it didn't reconize the maxtor hdd because it had an OS also & I made it a slave. Anyway I tried to install win 2000 on the new WD. For some messed up reason my key didn't work so i decided to try and install win xp. Everytime I reboot I get an error saying ndfs (something close) isn't there & I have to press control alt delete. So I used my seagate as a primary and the wdd as a slave to boot up. On the wdd drive it says I have folder "System Volume Information" & I can't get rid of it in ordser to install a new OS. This was very confusing. Right now I have the seagate as the OS and WD as the slave & can't get of the folder it has called "System Volume Information" Any ideas how to get rid of this so I can install a new system on that drive????????????