Posted 28 September 2011 - 03:30 PM
I've got two hard drives in my computer, both with different operating systems and I mainly use Windows 7, although the second system is Windows Vista, both are 64 bit. Neither hard drive is recognized during the boot sequence though although my BIOS recognizes both and hard drive is set as first and second priority in the BIOS. I put Fedora on a CD and put in my computer and it booted Fedora just fine. I checked my hard drives and all of my files are still there. Before all of this started I upped the voltage an extremely small amount to allow for some more overclocking and as soon as I tried to start my computer I got an error on the boot sequence telling me than there was a "Disk Boot Error. Insert System Disk and Press Enter." I've also tried only booting one hard drive at a time. A friend told me to try disabling SMART, but I'm not familiar with it and can't find it in the BIOS. Any ideas?
Thanks for any help you can give me!
i7 920 @ 3.0 GHz
GTX 260 896MB-or-GTX 470 1228MB
12GB DDR3 1,066 MHz RAM
1TB HD @ 7,200 RPM [Windows Vista Home Premium 64 bit]
300GB HD @ 10,000 RPM [Windows 7 Enterprise 64 bit]