This is the third of fourth tech forum I am comming to for help and I am really running out of ideas and options. Heres what happned - I have an alienware m7700. After some heavy extensive use for over a year, the 2 hdd's started clicking and grinding, so under samsungs 3 year warranty, I had both of them replaced free of charge. The same exact model number drives, model # MP0603H 60 gig PATA, were sent back to me. Now on the old system, it was all configured to Raid0, and I wanted to do the same with these drives. So I installed the new hdd's into the caddy, set the jumpers into the correct stated posistion on alienware.com and installed them using the same cables as the old drives. Upon booting the system, the bios came up with the "No array found" and I pressed ctrl-f to go set up my new array. I went into the auto setup by pressing 1 and set it so both drives were in the array, once I was finished I hit ctrl-y to save it. Thats when the error message came up saying "Error when modifying array, system will now reboot" Since then I have tried everything under the sun in order to get these drives to work. Ive moved the jumpers around to every different position. Switched the hdd's around in the caddy, tried my hdd's in another m7700 with the same cables. Also I tried loading it in ATA mode to just load the disk up as 2 60's but it went very slow and when it got to the partition menu, it came up with windows couldnt find the disk, and yes Ive tried loading with the f6 for both raid and non-raid. I also tried to put my gf's hdd into my system (she also has an m7700) and now her bios in her own computer will not detect her hdd, and im not really sure why. I tried to use her cables to connect my hdd to my mobo, but for some reason, they wouldnt fit in correctly. Basically Ive been fighting with this for 2 weeks trying to get it to work. This error message in the fastbuild bios no one else has seemed to have and im really out of ideas and options on what to do. And thanks to college, I dont have the money to bring it in to get repaired, so I'm trying to do everything on my own. If anyone has any ideas or suggestions, anything at all, I would be deeply greatfull.