Hi, I recently decided to switch from XP Pro to XP Media Center Edition. Last night I did a clean install of XP MCE on my IDE drive. Everything appeared to work fine, all the drivers went in OK, but my WinXP Promise FastTrak 378 Controller is displaying a yellow exclamation point in device manager and will not start. My setup is 1 IDE drive and 2 SATA drives. As of now the SATA drives are not recognized by XP. In my previous XP Pro installation, the SATA drives were recognized just fine. When I loaded MCE I did not hit f6 during setup to load a third party RAID drive, as I figured it was not necessary since I was installing to an IDE drive. The two drives are recognized during POST by the controller, and are also present in the BIOS. It should be noted that the two SATA drives are not setup in a RAID array, and RAID is turned off in the BIOS. Since the drives are not recognized I have tried the following solutions with no luck: 1. Reloading the OS and pressing f6 to load third party drivers (obtained directly from MSI). Even when I did this the drives weren't recognized by the XP setup program. 2. Reloading the drivers in XP for the WinXP Promise FastTrak 378 Controller. I tried both MSI drivers and driveragent.com drivers. 3. Uninstalling the Promise FastTrak 378 Controller and rebooting to let Windows find it. 4. Checking disk management to see if the drives are recognized but not formatted. I have a MSI Neo2 865PE motherboard, and the SATA drives are Western Digital and Seagate. Please help!