Oh i hope I posted to the right forum. My internal seagate is...just....gone....the power flickered here the other day and of course my mac shut down. When I turned it back on, my 2nd hard drive (with the old system 10.3.9) kicked in. Disk Utility, Disk Warrior do not show the Seagate hard drive, I tried looking it up in terminal, it does not show there. Frankly, the only place I can even sort of find it is in single-user mode, where when I boot into it, it tells me that "AppleK2SATA@0 phy detected but drive not in ready state"....it then tells me that drive status is: CL=ff, CH=ff, SC=ff, SN=ff, AltStat=ff, (whatever that all means). I tried a fsck but it only checks the 2nd hard drive (the NOW boot drive). I tried taking out the 2nd hard drive and running a fsck on (through trial and error) disk0s2 (which I think was its device name once I took the spare HD out, and slapped in the OSX CD so I could get into single-user mode). It told me that: sectors could not be read: 4,5,6,7 I tried zapping PRAM, and interestingly when I did that, now when I boot up, it takes my system several minutes to find the 2nd drive, like it's looking for the first one (the missing one) and has to settle for where it can find system software. Am I screwed?