It's an Asus MB, 256 megs of RAM, 1.7 mhz processor.
This is the first time this has ever happened and I have no explanation. A hard drive died. The machine has 2 HDs - C&D, A, Zip drive and CD player. The old D drive became the C drive. In otherwords, when I took the old C drive out everything moved up one letter. I've installed Windows 2000 Pro the new drive with 2000 is now the F drive. It doesn't seem to affect anything; just seems peculiar with an F drive booting Windows. How might I re-assign drive letters without screwing things up.