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The master boot record for this drive is corrupt.Insert yourr windows Cd and boot to it. Choose the recovery console option. At the prompt type FIXBOOT and hit enter. Now type FIXMBR and hit enter again. Reboot
the junper setting on a hard drive are:
Master - if this is the only hard drive in the computer, with the operating system on it.
Slave - If the hard drive is used with another hard drive in the computer.
The instructions are printed on the hard drive.
Go into the control panel. Press administrative tools. Select computer management. Under storage select disk management. Look for the hard drive. Make sure there isn't an additional partition on the drive. If there is you can change and delete partitions on this drive as well.
this mainly depends on The Operating system, if your using Windows 2000 or above it should,nt be an issue.
sometimes there are limitations on 2 hard-drives sharing the same IDE channel on the mainboard.
Try putting the second hard-drive on the secondary motherboard slot, with it,s own individual cable.
If non of the above works, it,s possibly not formatting correctly.
you,ll need a program that zeros then formats the drive.
Hope this helps.
Mike @ Compurepair.