I am having a very strange issue during the install. I recently got some new components. My old computer included 2 80GB drives in RAID-0 (SATA) for the OS and a 320GB for files. I decided to just split the two 80GB drives between two computers for the OS and put the 320GB in one for files and a new 1TB drive in another. When I first booted the computers everything seemed fine. The drives show up in the BIOS in each computer fine. I get to the "Where would you like to install windows?" screen but the only drive that shows up is the 1TB. After trying everything I can with the BIOS - IDE mode, AHCI mode, RAID mode, etc - I decided to just install windows to the 1TB drive to see if the drive is just messed up. So I get into windows and right away a pop-up says I need to reformat the drive. OK, so I do a quick reformat and the drive shows up perfectly fine in windows now. I restart back into the install disk but the drive still doesn't show up. I go back to windows and do a full reformat and set the drive to active (not really sure what that does?) and no change. So basically I have 2 ex-RAID-0 drives that do not show up in the windows install at all now. They show up fine from the BIOS and within windows. Any ideas? EDIT: I would also like to add that I went to the RAID menu and did the whole "un-RAID" thing to separate the drives.