I just bought a Dell Power Edge 2650 Server computer for personal use. (for just $40 on ebay) It came with the following. 1 500W hot plug power supply 1 CD Drive (which I think I'm gonna switch out for a DVD drive) 1 Floppy Drive 2 Intel Xeon 2.4 processors 2 GB ECC DDR RAM (in 512mb sticks, 6 DIMMs, expandable to 12gb) 1 Built in 8mb video card (I'm gonna add a PCI video card later once I get it working) 3 PCI-X slots (not PCI-Express, backwards compatible with PCI 2.2 and later) 1 RAID DIMM (I'm yet to put anything in there) It did not come with a hard drive so I had to buy one, it doesn't support any kind but SCSI, which happens to be very fast. I'm trying to install Windows XP Professional (32-bit) on it but can't seem to get the setup to read the hard drive (most likely because it's SCSI, not IDE or SATA) I know that I need to get a third party driver of some kind to make the setup read the hard disk but I can't find one anywhere. I don't have the Manufacturers support Disk (wish I did) and know hardly anything about booting drivers to get hardware working. Here is the make of the Hard Drive... seagate cheetah st173404lcv It's a 73.4GB Seagate 6.1ms 10KRPM 16mb 80 Pin got it for $25. Does anybody know how I can get the windows XP setup to read the disk drive? I've already gone to this site. Drivers & Downloads here I put all of the non-RAID SCSI files on a floppy and tried to boot from there, in windows setup it recognizes the file that I'm trying to boot from, but then when I continue it won't read the hard drive. I have never worked with SCSI hard drives before so I don't know much about them at all. Anybody have any ideas on how I could get windows XP Pro setup to read the hard disk?