I recently got a brand new rig up and running (first self-built compy!) and I'm having some issues with my Windows install. Currently the specs are: Intel Core 2 Duo E6400 Western Digital Caviar SATA 3.0 Gb/S 250 GB drive WD Caviar IDE 250 GB drive filled with stuff from my old comp. Maxtor 80 GB Diamond Plus drive filled with stuff from my even older comp. Generic DVD-Rom Drive Generic CD-RW Drive XFX GeForce 7950 GT Audigy 2 ZS Sound Card Asus P5N-E SLI Coolmax 650W PSU I'm running Windows XP Home edition, and about half of the time, I boot into it just fine -- if I have the Windows Install disc in. However, when I do boot fine, it first says "Press any button to boot from CD" and delays the boot process a bit. The other half of the time, it just sits there with an Underscore (like it's waiting at a command prompt, but won't respond to keystrokes) or says something to the effect of "INSERT SYSTEM DISK. PRESS ENTER TO RETRY." I've tried switching the boot order in the BIOS to use my Hard Drive first, but if I do that or have a disc different from my Windows Install disc in the DVD ROM drive I get that "INSERT SYSTEM DISK." error. Even if I have my DVD drive be the second priority boot, it doesn't work. My other more minor but still obnoxious error is that my new SATA drive is showing up as the I:\ drive even though it is the system and boot drive. This gets pretty annoying, so is there a way to fix it? Thanks in advance for even reading this!