Their hard drive on their PC recently failed so I bought a new 160 gig Western Digital Caviar at BestBuy for 70 bucks. BIOS recognizes it. I'm good there. I'm trying to install Windows XP. I have two XP discs, one ME disc, and 3 Linux discs. I've tried booting from them all and nothing. My PC, when it turns on, just goes "Searching For Boot Record from CD-ROM, IDE-0, Floppy, etc." When it gets to CD-ROM it sits there for about 20 minutes while the discs goes happy in the tray. I've tried 4 discs (only one linux disc, not all three), in two different drives on the PC and it just does the same thing. What it does get a boot record from though is Net. It says "Searching for Boot Record from Net... OK" and then it goes into this: Novell Netware Ready Firmware v1.00 (940809) (C) Copyright 1991-1994 Novell, Inc. All Rights Reserved SiS 900/7016 PCI Adapters Dos ODI Driver v1.05 (990410) (C) Copyright 1998 SiS Corp. All Rights Reserved RPL-ROM-ADR: 00D0 09DF 6C22 RPL-ROM-IRQ: 5 RPL-ROM-PIO: CC00 RPL-ROM-FFC: 5 RPL-ROM-FFC: 5 Searching for boot record from floppy..Not Found Searching for boot record from CDROM..Not Found Searching for boot record from Network..OK Press <home> key to boot from local Drive Boot Failure Insert Boot Diskette in A: Press Any Key when ready and thats it. What's wrong? What settings in BIOS do I have wrong. I have everything on Auto in basic settings and I've tried changing up the order to boot in.