From: Computerpilot on 11/26/2002
I guess I missed your previous post on this site looking for help with this issue.
I would have told you that if you are continuously running Scandisk on a hard drive and finding errors, go get yourself a new hard drive. This is the first sign of failure.
Also, the utility that you used to make your hard drive work with an unsupported BIOS is not friendly of anything but WD hard drives as the utility is offered at a much higher price (not free like yours) with drivers for other hard drives. Therefore, you can only use the utility to work with your purchased hard drive. I have worked with this before.
Just adding to help others out with a similar problem.