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Need help with transferring components

I have recently switched my old components into a new case that I purchased from Newegg.com, and I have encountered serious problems now. First of all, when I put everything back in the new case and connected all the cables, everything else was working (PCI, drives...etc) except my PS2. Secondly, after messing around with the motherboard for a while, my HD turned out not so good either. I kept receiving a message of "CMOS error - Defaults loaded" then it stoped at that point.

I figure that I can get the PS2 connection back on by re-installing the motherboard's driver, but can anyone help me recove my HD? I believe I have made all the right connections, any kind of help will be greatly appreciated.

Sincerely,
Joe

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