I'm trying to install Windows 2000 on a PC without success. After loading the 4 boot disks I'm told that:
"Setup did not find any hard drives installed in your computer".
The hard disk has never shown any problems and I've been able to install Windows 98 on it fine. It's a plain old 30Gb IDE drive so I shouldn't think any drivers would be needed. I've been able to install Windows 2000 onto the drive by installing it in another PC but when I move it back, same problem. I therefore suspect the IDE controller. The motherboard is an Asus K7M with a VIA IDE controller. I tried downloading W2K drivers for the controller from the Asus site but these didn't work when I pressed F6 during the W2K install. Any thoughts?