In article <fEcypWrSWgLLFwN2@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>, Richard says...
> Guys this is posted to another group in case I can get help more
> Following the removal of a pair of SATA drives configured for 0 RAID
> which I reformatted before their removal, I now cannot run this mainly
> SCSI system with any of the other SATA drives connected. This is what
> After displaying the TYAN message for a time I then get a system error
> message giving two options. Continue and run setup. If I continue I
> then get a screen saying hit any key but if I do nothing it just moves
> on and then stops at the error message Operating system not found.
> Obviously taking the run setup option takes me to the BIOS screens.
> In boot priority I have Legacy floppy drives, IDE CD, PCI SCSI and my
> SCSI boot drive identified. It is still like this when I connect a SATA
> In the excluded from boot order are the following:
> PCI BEV: NVIDIA Boot Agent 229.052
> PCI BEV: 2-NVIDIA Boot Agent229.0
> PCI SCSI: 02,39320A B: 0 SEAGATE S
> IDE CD: and then the name of that drive (I've got two CD drives on the
> Legacy Network card
> I have all the other SCSI drives disconnected at this stage apart from
> the C boot drive which is a SCSI drive whilst trouble shooting to keep
> things as simple as possible.
> Hope that gives someone thoughts as to why connecting one SATA drive
> brings up the booting problem and when it is unplugged there is no
> booting problem.
> Many thanks
> PS this is an XP Pro 64 system
Have you reconfigured the nVidia Boot Agent?
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