I just upgraded my motherboard, RAM, video card, CPU and, heat sink. I got all the new stuff into the computer and a local store did the initial post of the system for me. I took the system home to install Windows XP and had trouble getting the system to recognize the single hard drive I had hooked up to it. I ran into the problem that the new board wants only SATA connections and 3 out of 4 of my hard drives are regular ATA. I bought adapters for them to turn them into SATA to plug into the motherboard and my one regular SATA should be fine I thought. For purposes of installing the OS I only hooked up one hard drive. I had to hook it up on the IDE hookup[ on the motherboard because the system would not recognize it with my adapters on. I have no idea what I'm going to do about the adapters. Once the system recognized my hard drive in the BIOS finally I tried to install Windows after loading my RAID drivers for the board but it would hang in the install where it says "loading Windows." I then got checking and found out that my CD/DVD burner that is on the same IDE line as my hard drive was set to master. I thought this might be the issue and changed the jumper to slave and now after that the system does nothing. When I hit the power button it does nothing at all. It doesn't even seem to try to boot. Could this mean my power supply is bad? I noticed a little blue light is on on the motherboard for sys standby. Can anyone help me please?