Hi. I was just copying some files from one drive to another when for some reason my 200GB drive stopped working. Here is what went down. My 200GB drive is partioned into 4 partitions. (The first is the bootable one) while the others are just standard NFTS logical drives. I have a DVD and two other physical hard drives connected to it. While I was copying files from one physical drive to my 200GB drive the system just rebooted and then when I tried to restart my system it did not want to start. I tried to boot from a new drive I installed and put XP on it while using the 200GB as a slave and nothing happened. I also took the drive and tried to put it in one of my other computers and it also hung up the computer. I seems when the drive is connected it hangs up the system yet the computers will detect the drive on the IDE port and the drive physically is spinning and I can feel and here the heads moving. How can I get this drive to function or at least get to read the info off or find our what is wrong? As a precursor to the second problem it appears that my other 120GB drive which was on the same IDE port has failed as wall. Although it still spins and physically seems to work the system give the following error message when I connect it to another computer:
Analyzing network media type, his will take several seconds.
RPL-ROM-ADR: 000A E6A0 4776
RPL-ROM-FFC <this number counts up then reboots and restarts counting up again>