I've got an ABIT VP6 dual P3 motherboard. This comes with an additional IDE controller built-in (The Highpoint HPT30) giving a maximum of 8 IDE devices and IDE ATA-100 RAID if wanted. Great! I went and bought and additional 40Gb IDE drive last weekend. Connected it to the HPT370 and all was well. I also moved my LG DVD drive to the other channel of the HPT370 (Nero suggested that it would be better to have my source drive and CDRW on different IDE channels). My configuration was as follows:- IDE 1 Master 40Gb 7200RPM OS drive; Slave ZIP250 IDE 2 Master Sony CDRW HPT370/1 Master 40Gb 5400ROM data/backup drive HPT470/2 Master LG DVD drive (old) Problems began:- I use Drive Image to backup drives, and PartitionMagic to create partitions etc. Problems is that neither of these can see the drive on the HPT370 when booting into DOS to create images etc. DOS itself can see the drives but not DI or PM. Windows 2000 now crashes!! When double clicking My Computer I get the hour-glass for ever. Problem solved when disconnect the DVD drive from the HPT370. The Highpoint website says that their contoller with the latest drivers does not support ATAPI devices. I've moved the new 40Gb drive to the slave on IDE 2 so that DI and PM can see it OK. Question is how do I get my old DVD drive back into my system? I don't use it for HTPC, but like to watch some of the extras etc when I'm working on my PC. The drive is region-free so is useful. I've got one PCI slot left and a Promise ATA100 TX2 card lying around. Will this work? Seems a shame to not use the HPT370 controller. Is Norton Ghost any better, but I've seen a bad review of that on here recently. Maybe should get an older SCSI DVD drive?