Okay. So you have a SATA-II Drive and an IDE/PATA-Drive. Only the latter one is actually capable of being operated in PIO Mode.
Look at the drive itself and check the Jumper Settings of the drive (it can be set to MASTER, SLAVE or CABLE SELECT). What is your drive set to?
Also, what about the cable? (40 or 80 wires)?
No software on this planet will be able to answer these questions. You have to look at the drive itself and the cable to check...
One more thing: The IDE Cable as two connectors. One is hooked up to the hard drive. What about the other connector? Is there an optical drive connected to it or is the connector vacant?
BTW, the update of bios (7529v26.zip) don't solve the problem. There are still (controller error on \Device\Harddisk0\D.)
Of course not. The problem has to do with the IDE/PATA Connection, not with your SATA Drive. If you would have provided better information about your hard drive configuration in the beginning, we could have told you that beforehand.