I was re-installing XP Professional today (because Ubuntu didn't work out, cleared my HD). The installation went great (sorta), I pressed F6, installed nVidia RAID 0 Drivers, Restarted computer when prompted (with floppy disc removed). Then went through everything else, and it all seemed fine. It even booted into Windows fine. But the problem happened when I tried to put my driver disc in (that came with my mobo). I removed the XP Pro disc, and put in my DFI Driver disc. Then an Error Message pops up, saying there is no disc in the drive. The options are Cancel, Try Again, and Continue. No matter what I choose, the same window re-pops up. I don't know what to do. When I turn off the computer, it says there's a BIOS error, and it won't close. Some other weird things to not: My hard drive(s) are E:, not C:. Is something going wrong here? This has never happened before, everything was smooth until I tried putting a disc in.