Ok, so, as I write this I am not at my computer as it is terribly, awfully infected by a virus and I have been trying to reinstall winxp to it fresh. Unfortunately, I get that dreaded "no hard drive detected" type error when installing from boot. So it seems I must have some disks to install the appropriate drivers. Unfortunately, I have no idea where those driver disks that came with my motherboard have snuck off to, so I'm having to download the appropriate drivers. Also unfortunately, I am not nearly so computer literate as I ought to be and am not sure I've been downloading the appropriate drivers, or if they're just getting corrupted by the malware. So, while I'm at a different computer now, I fear I'll just get the same error when I get back to my own. The motherboard is an ASUS P5AD2 Premium. I think its an SATA driver that's needed and I've been trying to use the most recent serial ATA driver that I find under the RAID tab for updates. If this sounds wrong of you have a better plan of action for me to follow, please let me know. Thanks a lot!
Edited by blamzero, 02 August 2009 - 03:45 PM.