That was perfect :). There's nothing obvious in the Nero report.
You'll need to eliminate a few things. It's most likely an addon program that's causing the problem.
Try these one at a time:
1/ Using device manager delete the IDE channel driver that the drive is on. In your case the secondary channel. Then reboot.
2/ Disable all startup programs by using "msconfig.exe".
3/ Remove any burning software (Nero...), especially packet writing software like InCD or DirectCD. You'll find a list of the burning apps that are looking for a blank disc by using "Click my computer, right click properties, autoplay tab" click the "Select an action..." option to scroll the list.
4/ Perform a Windows repair by booting on the Windows Installation CD and following the install prompts.