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"This drive is not formatted", my problem is a bit confusing and I'll try and keep it as simple as possible. Recently my motherboard ended up going the way of the buffalo so I had to replace it but I kept my hard drives which I'll call drive A, drive B and drive C. DRIVE A: My primary drive that I've been using for a while now (maybe 3 years) is a SEAGATE 320 gig SATA. I've been using it to boot/host XP Pro. DRIVE B: A secondary drive that no OS is installed on is a SEAGATE 1TB SATA. DRIVE C: A drive I've had in my case for quite some time now but haven't been using is a Western Digital 80gig IDE drive. So after rebuilding my rig with new motherboard I hooked up the drives as I've always had them A as the primary booting XP, B as a secondary drive and C not hooked up but still inside the case (I can be a bit lazy). Everything is hooked up and ready to go, so I boot it up and I end up in an endless reboot cycle no matter if I choose to boot into safemode or last known working configuration. I decide that maybe I virus or some malware is not letting me boot up into safe mode. So I install XP on to drive C after formatting it NTFS. Drive C is now the first boot option and connected via IDE. Both drive A and B are hooked up via SATA. Windows boots up and starts with no problems. So after letting it settle down, I go to check out my other two drives in the "My computer" window. Both drives show up as "Local Drive" but when I double click/try to explore either drive it comes up with a message saying "Drive is not formatted, do you wish to format it now?" or something along those lines. Of course I don't want to format either drive because I'll lose all of my data, hence the reason I broke out the old crusty IDE drive.

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