|Most of your descriptions stink.|
"...I had old ata HDD 320 gb, and dvd-rw drive. They are broken..."
What's wrong with them ?
It's extremely unlikely two drives would stop working at the same time, although it's possible if one drive malfunctions the other drive on the same IDE data cable may not work properly.
If you've been fiddling with data cable connections or the jumper settings on the back of the drives, then neither drive worked after that, it's quite likely you have a problem with the data cable connection or with the jumper settings.
"...I bought a new one sata 1 tb HDD and sata dvd-rw drive. Bios recognizes them, but when I install Windows XP SP3, system won't start "
Were you trying to install XP from a CD in the SATA drive ?
What do you mean when you say "system won't start"
- the computer won't boot at all when the SATA DVD drive is connected ?
- the computer boots fine when the SATA DVD drive is connected but it does not boot from the XP CD in the SATA drive ?
"If I unplug the dvd drive, it start's and work fine,..."
What starts and works fine ?
Does the computer boot fine when the SATA DVD drive is not plugged in ?
"when it come to start Windows, it wont start."
Windows won't start from what ? From the Windows CD in the SATA DVD drive?
"I tried to change a boot order, but these was fine, HDD is first bookable drive, and then DVD drive. Then I let him to start's, it passed the Windows Longon screen, and then apears a black screen and stand sill. "
Obviously, you must have a hard drive installed that already has XP installed on it.
Your ACTUAL problem is Windows won't load normally from the existing Windows installation.
Is that the new SATA hard drive, or the 320gb IDE drive, or another drive you haven't mentioned ?
If that's the new SATA drive, how did it get XP installed on it ?
If XP was installed on it when it was connected to another mboard, or if the XP installation was copied onto the new drive from another hard drive that had the XP installation installed on it when it was connected to a different mboard, if the other mboard is more that a little different regarding it's hardware (main chipset chips, etc.) , when you try to load Windows on your computer, XP will probably NOT load normally - you are likely to see the initial Windows graphics, then any of several things can happen, one of which is all you see is a black screen with a blinking cursor top left, and nothing further happens.
You can fix that
- by running a Repair installation of XP from the XP CD, which will NOT delete the data tha's already on the partition Windows was installed on, ,
How to do an XP Repair installation step by step:
You will need a Windows CD of the same version as the one of your Windows installation - Home, Pro, or Pro 64 bit, - .and the Product Key, preferably the one that was used to install it, but it can be one for the same version as the one of your Windows installation.
In most cases you get the Product Key from the official Microsoft sticker on your computer case, or from the official Microsoft sticker that came with your Windows CD if it has not been stuck to the case, or if you can't find that or don't have that, you can use a program to find the Product Key your Windows installation is presently using, BEFORE you run the Repair Setup (Repair install) - e.g. search for: keyfinder, by Jelly Bean whatever.
NOTE that if you don't know the Product Key that was used for the non working Windows installation, search for keyfinder, by Jelly Bean whatever - They have Keyfinder Faqs there - you CAN get it to find the Product Key on the non working Windows installation.
- or by installing Windows from scratch from the Windows CD which WILL delete the data that's already on the partition Windows was installed on.
In either case you need to boot the computer FROM THE XP CD, NOT from any hard drive !
I'm assuming you DO have a suitable XP CD of the same version as the Windows installation - e.g. OEM Home, OEM Pro, or OEM Pro 64 bit.. Whether it has SP1 or later SPx updates included isn't important, they can be re-nstalled later, but it must have at least SP1 updates included in order for it to recognize the full size of your SATA hard drive.
The bios Setup Boot Order or similar settings list must have CD-rom drive or similar listed before (above) hard drive or similar.
When that is correct, when the Windows CD is in the SATA DVD drive, you should see a line while booting "Press any key to boot from CD" or similar.
When you see that line , press the stated key to boot the computer from the XP CD
The Windows XP CDs have no built in support for SATA drive controllers.
If the bios Setup has the SATA drive controllers in SATA or AHCI mode, the initial files loaded from the XP CD by default will NOT detect any SATA drive controllers and therefore will NOT detect any SATA drives.
If your bios Setup IS set so the SATA drive controllers are in SATA or AHCI mode. then the EASIEST way to fix the problem of the XP CD not detecting SATA drives is to change the setting in the bios so the SATA drive controllers are in an IDE compatible mode of some sort, then SATA drives WILL be detected by the XP CD, as IDE compatible drives.
After Setup has finished, you can load the drivers for your mboard including the drivers for the SATA drive controllers, and then change the setting in the bios so the SATA drive controllers are in SATA or AHCI mode, so the SATA drives can achieve their full burst max data transfer speed..
Whatever the setting is, it's presently set to SATA or AHCI, it's changeable, and it can be changed to an IDE compatible mode of some sort, save bios settings.
It's also possible that setting is already set to an IDE compatible mode of some sort already, since you may have had no SATA drives connected to the mboard previously.