**Return to your 98 FDISK utility and remove all partitions.
Particularly the non dos partition/s created by redhat.
**Re-boot the computer and FDISK again. Create a fat32 partition after
answering yes to large disk support.
**Re-boot the computer. Format the fat32 partition with the 98 boot
**Re-boot the computer with you XP CD and install.
If these do not work, you will require the quantum zero fill disk
utility. Zero fill the drive, and boot your computer with the XP CD
**XP requires a fat16, fat32, or ntfs partition for setup temporary
I have tried these steps and it doesn't work. It doesn't even work
when I use a **different** hard drive. It doesn't work whether I put
the drive in as primary master or seconday master. And why am I
getting a STOP*** error crash (either 0x50 or 0x8E depending on
whether I press 'c' or d'. Why not 'hard drive not found?' or