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About w2k - Inaccessible boot device?

Hi my name is Martin and i have a problem with harddisks... when i have one harddisk, it´s no problem, but when i connect my other two harddisks i get this error message with a blue screen on startup. it says "inaccessible boot device". what is this? what can i do to get rid of this problem? is it something wrong with my hardware?

Please i really need help!!

Thanks!!
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jvuzCommented:
How are the other hard disks configured? Master, slave?
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pemanAuthor Commented:
ok, sorry i forgot that...

my first harddisk is on primary master and cd-rom on primary slave. the other two harddisks are on secondary master and slave, and i have tested and configured the jumpers in every position and in every ways.

when i start with one or two harddisks it works sometimes and with three, rarely...
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jvuzCommented:
Have you tried to find the two hard disks through the BIOS, maybe that will help.
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pemanAuthor Commented:
Hi again!! it worked!! i did what you said but i had to turn off the cd-rom!! and w2k seems to mount the cd-rom in windows...

Thanks!!!!
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This question is still open and getting old. If any of the comment(s) above helped you please accept it as an answer or split the points who ever helped you in this question. Your attention in finalising this question is very much appreciated. Thanks in advance,

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jvuzCommented:
Peman, if I helped you please accept my answer, if not post to community support (ad this link) to ask for a refund.
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