Well after five or six years I decided to retire my old AMD K6 and get a new machine with a Celeron processor. I've had it up and going for about a week now and it's time to get all of my old files onto my new hard drive. That's not as easy as I thought that it would be. My CMOS recognizes it as I set the jumpers to make it a slave and hooked it to the same cable as my new hard drive so it appears on the screen when I'm booting up. When I get into Windows XP however and go to the "My Computer" window only drive "C" (the new HD) shows up as an option. If I go to the control panel though, and click on "add hardware" my old drive is shown as an option. Can someone please help me to get this straighted out so that I can get it assigned a drive letter and start to transfer my files? Thanks in advance for any help you can be. Stay safe, Gary PS - Both old and new drives are Western Digital IDE drives. Wanna kill these ads? We can help!