Though its rare, I've run into an issue with a machine of mine that has me using a 6 year old POS laptop. (Specs are at bottom) I attempted to add a second SCSI Hard Drive to the mix, now the bastage hangs at the SCSI BIOS after it has identified the channels in use. The SCSI Controller is integrated on the board, I've tried switching channels (A to B) I've even tried running seperate drives just to see if it'd attempt to boot into the Windows Loading screen. Nada. I've tried brand new cables, brand new terminators, still nothing. I've run one drive forever in Single Ended mode, as device ID 0. That drive with those settings no longer works, despite those original control settings. Specs Below Proccessors: Dual Athlon MP 2800+ Motherboard: Tyan Thunder K7 S2462UNG Ram: Corsair Registered Buffered ECC PC2100 DDR / 1GB (512x2 DIMMs) Video Card: Onboard ATI Rage 128XL, (for troubleshooting purposes, normally have an Asus Geforce FX7900 256MB AGP Card.) Hard Disk(s): IBM/Hitachi Ultrastar 36Z15 15k 18GB Ultra160, (attempting to add a Seagate X15 18GB Ulta160 Drive) Thats about all the relevant information... Thanks a lot fellas.