So I recently got a new computer, and it came with one SATA hard drive. My old computer has a Western Digital IDE hard drive with a bunch of data on it, and I want to move it all over to the SATA drive. My motherboard has two IDE channels. IDE0 is my DVD burner - that is the only device on it. I figured I would install the old hard drive on IDE1 to be the only device on there. I tried setting the jumper to both cable select and master, but my BIOS will NOT recognize the IDE drive - it will only recognize the DVD burner and the SATA hard drive. If I try to let the computer boot without going into BIOS at all, I'll eventually get to a black screen that says "Detecting arrays..." and it just hangs. I am at a loss as to why the old IDE drive is not recognized. Does anyone know how the connections should be in order for it to be recognized? All help is appreciated. I have the Gigabyte GA-M55SLI-S4 motherboard and I just update the BIOS.