MakeTivoBootable is necessary only if you booted to Win2K or WinXP with the TiVo drive attached. I suggest testing the drive in the TiVo to see if it still boots.
Originally Posted by TRIVTEC
By any chance does the computer have SATA ports? This will cause the drives to appear as different devices (/dev/hde, etc). If so, try disabling them in CMOS setup. Also, check the jumper settings / cable locations. Make sure the drives are indeed secondary master and secondary slave.
There's a difference between needing help, and just being plain ole' lazy.
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