Originally posted by NightmareAngel
Really no one here who can help me? :sad:
I'm not sure. Which chipset does your mobo use? If nVidia, this might be the cause. Search this forum for nVidia - some here are less than happy with nVidia drivers and BTC drives.
Of course, generally speaking - it need not necessarily be nVidia's fault if you're in trouble. It could also be a conflict between your IDE drivers (any manufacturer) and the BTC drive. If you're using IDE drivers other than plain M$ drivers, uninstall them and revert to good ole M$ drivers.
Might very well be that this is at the root of your problems. In any case, it's worth trying.
Regards, Martin A