Hello I am going to try and help you get through this problem you are facing.
First of all, you need to have your good drive plugged into port sata0 and your other drive plugged into sata1. I seen where you had what appears to be bad drive on port 5 listed above.
(Clip from computer manual)
Drives 0 through 3
Enables or disables an ATA or SATA device (such as hard-drive, CD drive, or
DVD drive). On enables the interface so that the device can be used.
Displays the Controller type (ATA or SATA), Port number the drive is using,
Drive ID number, Capacity, and whether the drive is controlled by the BIOS.
Raid option in your BIOS is either auto or ON, set to auto.
From what I can understand, your OS may be on a recovery partition on your original hard drive, this depends on your system of course, some systems have a recovery partition hidden on the hard drive for restoring the OS, some systems come with the OS on an OEM cdrom.
I am not clear on what software you are using, but it appears you are trying to transfer files from one hard drive to the other one.
It is in some cases better to install an OS on the new drive, so the drive is now bootable and required system files are loaded into memory.
Using the RAID configuration is basically when both drives are used for file storage in the event one drive fails or sectors fail, the other drive makes a duplicate copy of the original drive, such as a mirror crates a reflection of the original image.
In your BIOS set up utility Drive0 should be your new drive while drive1 should be your old drive.
Drive0 should be the first bootable hard drive and drive1 should not be reflected as a boot option since it appears the drive has an error of some sort.
Once this setup has been configured, your older hard drive should be available through My Computer, depending on what other drives are detected, this drive should be either D: or E: but it should reflect as being a local disk.
The next question is how are we going to get an OS on the new hard drive, so it is now a bootable device?
This answer would depend on where your operating system installation files are.
Are they on an OEM installation disk, or are they hidden on a partition on your original hard drive?
Edited by MrBruce1959, 26 August 2010 - 04:57 PM.