So my effort continues to get my Windows hard drive resurrected and booting into Windows once again. This is almost comical if you assume this is the technology that most of the world runs with today. I tried booting the Windows CD to see if it would fix my problem.
First I tried booting with both drives hooked to the new PCI SATA controller. Windows did offer me a chance to add any drivers, I could stick in a floppy. That is I could do that if I had a floppy drive. Since I have not used a floppy for any serious computer work for years, I did not bother ordering one on the Dell. So I did get the Windows system to attempt to fix the drive but it could not see it. The suggestion was that I contact the manufacturer of the third party hardware that I was using or the company that manufactured my system. That sounds like no one wants to take responsibility.
Next I tried with one drive hooked to the onboard SATA controller and the other to the PCI SATA controller. I got the same result.
Finally I tried booting with just the Windows drive connected to the internal SATA controller and the PCI SATA controller out of the system. This actually got me to the point that Windows looked at the hard drive and told me that it was repaired.
Unfortunately, when it tried to boot all I got was the word Grub
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