Hello, I have a 150 GB SATA and a 70 GB IDE hard drive in my computer. When I ran XP, everything was fine, but since Windows 7 was installed on my computer a few days ago, it doesn't recognize my IDE hard drive. The XP had been on the SATA drive, and the Windows 7 is there now as well because it was formatted when installing the new system. I've been looking for solutions on the Internet for days, but I haven't found anything. Most people's advice is to assign a letter to the hard drive in the Disk Management window, but for some reason my IDE drive doesn't even appear there. The IDE hard drive is connected to a PCI IDE card because the only IDE slot on my motherboard is used by my DVD writer which works fine. I've tried updating the driver of the IDE card, but it didn't change anything. The hard drive doesn't show up in BIOS, but it didn't use to do so there when it was working correctly as far as I know. However, it shows up on startup, before the BIOS screen. I really need to fix this problem, because the data from XP was backed up on this hard drive and now I can't access it. Please help me!