I have a weird problem with my ls120 drive (super disk).
On boot up it gets recognized and windows gets started from harddrive c. Immideately after windows runs up, the ls120 drive gets assigned to c and overshadows the harddrive, thus making windows fail to continue to run up (it bails out with not being able to find the necessary files on c:).
I have this problem with win 98 + win me. I just had to wipe the registry of my hardrive, so did a (clean) windows reinstall, but still the same problem.
a-trend 7100 mobo (intel lx chipset)
tnt graphics card
i use the latest mobo bios, which supports booting from ls120.
btw, in my (very) old system, the ls120 drive was working fine. It works now too, if I boot windows without the drive and plug it in when windows is up and running. Just booting windows won't work with the ls120 drive plugged in (the drive is set on ide port 2 as master and all the cables are connected correctly!).
Thanks for any help!