Greetings all! I have Win 7 successfully installed (and activated). I have several ATA and SATA internal drives, one USB AtA drive, and one eSATA SATA drive installed. I have made sure that the external drives (and only the primary internal drive) are listed as Active, but whenever I try to boot up with the eSATA drive plugged in, the system attempts to boot from it. I have checked the BIOS settings and do not see it there (Abit IP-35 PRO). It does not do this with the external USB drive (though that can often be unavailable after a re-boot and I have to manually unplug it and re-plug it in for the system to properly recognize it). I have configured all the drives in Disk Management for the proper order (and letter), but this does not appear to make a difference with the eSATA drive on startup. Also, it does not seem to add itself automatically when hot switched (if I plug it in while Windows is running) - I have to go into Device Manager and detect new devices for it to show up. Thanks for any assistance!