No. Because I wasn't getting a run stop i didn't think it was applicable. (they don't have the embarrassed emoticon here). I just read it again and had a suspicion. The HDD I out in is about 5 years old and although it came out of my old computer it literally was never used. Do you suppose it could be bad? I mean it is a generic HDD from a Dell so it's not like it's a high quality or name brand HDD. That was option 7 (Bad Hard disk drive or other bad hardware).
The only other option that could apply would be option 5, BIOS corrupt or misc. setting not set properly, but that doesn't help me. I set them all to what I thought was correct. If they aren't I have no way of knowing which is wrong or WHY it's wrong.
I was really hoping someone would tell me to flash my BIOS lol. I know, I'm being lazy not researching what DMI pool data is.............
EDIT: Are you admin at that site? I think I lost my user name and password there when my other HDD died.
EDIT II: Nevermind. I logged in.
Edited by DeathStalker, 28 May 2010 - 03:28 PM.