|Could you check to make sure the bios data for the drives is correct? They don't make any sense.|
The maxtor model doesn't show up in a google search but I suspect it's an 8.4 gig. Then you've got the 60 gig WD and a 5 gig WD. But the cylinders/heads/sectors configuration shows 20 gig for each of them.
I think you used the 'auto detect hard drive' option in cmos. That should work OK for the 5 gig and the 8.4 (if that's what it is) but not for the 60 gig.
The maximum C/H/S is 16383/16/63 (8.4 gig) or a drive translation of that. Above that, drives must be detected as LBA. The figures you show are larger than that and, unless you manually changed them, are the bios' attempt to show what the c/h/s would be if the drive could be configured that way. Some will do that, some won't.
Most drives larger than 8.4 gig have the 16383/16/63 figure written to their firmware and can sometimes be fully seen by the bios if you manually enter those figures to ID the drive, even if the bios wouldn't normally see a drive that large.
For the drives you have, when using 'auto detect hard drive' you'd usually use LBA anyway. Most of the time it's best to just use AUTO (instead of auto detect) and let the bios set the drives up but I suspect you may have had problem doing that with the 60 gig.
If the 8.4(?) and 5 gig are working OK with the way they're setup in cmos then go ahead and leave them that way. Sometimes changing those setting will leave a drive unreadable. If you do make any changes, write down the original configuration so you can always go back to it. But consider manually entering the 16383/16/63 data for the 60 gig and setting it as LBA and see if that works. Also when windows comes up, check to make sure it's actually seeing all 60 gig.
Also consider getting an add-on ATA card. A used ATA66 card is probably going to be just a few dollars on ebay. And it will be able to handle the 60 gig drive with no problem.