I'm having a few problems and I am hoping someone can help me. I'm out of things that I know how to try. First thing is minor: My Home PC is a Dell Dimension Pentium III 850. I recently installed the lastest BIOS (Which is actually not new at all) but now every time the computer is booted up it counts my RAM from 1 to 512. How can I stop it from doing that? It's like it's doing it everytime. Second thing and this has been giving me alot of problems. The same computer has 2 Hard drives. the main 20 gig it came with, and a second 17 gig. The 20 is the prime of course and the 17 is the slave. For some reason unknown to me, the 2nd hard drive has been having major problems. When I boot the computer it shows up in the dos bios screen and SOMETIMES it's there when windows loads, but 95% of the time it isn't there by the time windows loads and if it is there everything is so slow and if I try to access it it freezes up. I've replaced my IDE Master/Slave Cable, and even change the power plug for the drive but nothing seems to work. I don't think it's the drive, it's not even a year old and I hardly even use it. I suppose it could of just went bad... but any ideas? Thanks.