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HIS Hightech H130H256N Radeon X1300 256MB GDDR2 PCI Express x16 CrossFire Ready Video Card
POWER Series 1GB 184-Pin DDR SDRAM DDR 400 (PC 3200) System Memory Model MD441GUOE
Track 1 LITE-ON 16X DVDÂ±R DVD Burner W/LightScribe and 5X DVD-RAM Write Black ATAPI/E-IDE
Plus an older 40GB hard drive, and a brand new 200GB hard drive. I have the DVD-RW drive and the older 40GB HD on one IDE cable, with the DVD-RW set to master and the 40GB HD set to slave, and the 80GB HD and 200GB HD on another IDE cable, with the 80GB HD set to master, and the 200GB HD set to slave.
Whenever I try to boot up my computer, I get a message that says "NVIDIA RAID IDE ROM BIOS 4.84," a copyright notice, then "Detecting array..."
It stays there for at least 5-10 minutes. I haven't waited it out any longer than that. The RAID stuff is disabled in the BIOS, however the BIOS also isn't detecting anything on any of the IDE channels. The computer was working fine before I installed the 200GB HD.