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add this line to your grub.conf/lilo.conf file depending on what bootloader you use...
hdd may differ on your drive, as you will put whatever your device is...actually now that i read what you said it will be hdc, and hdd in your case ...
so you can add this to cover both devices...
Distribution: PCLinuxOS 0.93 and 0.92, Vector sometimes
Forget the money.
Each of your drives is already seen as a scsi device ( Linux does this to enable the drives to write quickly, as does Windows ). So, you don't need to mess with either Grub or Lilo.
I suspect your problem may be with K3B. If I were you, I'd download the latest version of XCDRoast. There are SuSE 8.2 rpms on this page - http://xcdroast.sourceforge.net/RPMS/a14/suse-8.2/ Download either one and install with Yast2. Then run it and see if it works better than K3B.