During my reinstallation (clean install) of XP on my new SATA HDD I have run into a small problem. XP was previously installed on an IDE HDD, but now on a faster SATA drive partition. During installation XP created a FAT32 partition on the IDE drive, it said it was needed. All went okay, rest of partitions are NTFS, and XP was running. But then I decided to delete the FAT32 because I wanted it to be one big drive again. Know XP cant boot, I think because it is not able of finding my SATA drive, cant select it in BIOS (I did not alter anything there), the only change I can think of is the removal of the active FAT32 drive, and setting the SATA drive to be active as well. Does the problem lies in the BIOS, or should I recreate a small (8MB) FAT32 drive again on the IDE drive where XP was installed on previously? Or should I set my SATA drive to be primary (and how do I do this)? At this moment I can only do a reboot after POST screen flashed by, or launch anything from the DVD drive, so I have access to Norton Partiotion Manager. Any missing information can of course be provided, drive management is a big lack in my knowledge, I hope someone can lead me in the right direction.