I have a Gateway 450 Mhz workstation running Windows NT (Workstation). I tried to replace the CD ROM with a CD writer (Hewlett Packard Plus 7200). After installing the new CDW, the machine would not boot properly; it bypasses the NT Bootup and attempts to get a DHCP address (the system must think its a network computer; afterward it says that it doesn't see the operating system) When I remove the IDE cable to the CDW, however, the system boots up properly. When I tried to reinstall the orignal CD drive, it now does the same thing. I have tried manipulating the BIOS settings, as well as adjusting the slave and master jumpers. Do any of you have any suggestions as to how I can get the system to boot properly, with the CDW installed? Any help would be appreciated.