Setting up 2 SATA drives

I have installed a Western Digital 74GB Raptor as my main disk drive.  It is SATA and is set as the master drive.  I am trying now to install a second SATA drive to be used strictly for storage.  I set it as the master on that channel.  When I turn on the computer, it works fine, however an error message comes up that says: "The drivers for this device are not installed. (Code 28)
To reinstall the drivers for this device, click Reinstall Driver."

I did not have to install drivers for the first drive and I cannot find any drivers anywhere to install on this second drive.  I think that I may have set the jumper wrong on the second drive.  Does anyone know how to set these drives up properly?  
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If they are on the same channel, one needs to be a slave.
SATA drive's don't have master slave jumpers.
You can only run one drive per sata channel so I am confused here.
What mother board are you using? Or is this on a pci SATA controller?
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blackice2600aphAuthor Commented:
I am using the Asus P4C800E.  Are you saying that I don't need to use jumpers at all?
>>>"Are you saying that I don't need to use jumpers at all?" Yes
SATA drives do not have jumpers for master/slave.
If you changed the defalt maby it is trying to install a driver for power management don't know for sure.
Adding a drive should not require a driver. Unless you have configured it for use with raid and have not installed the raid driver if your MB supports this.

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