Yes, it working again using Suse Cd System Recovery.
The only thing I changed was the /etc/sysconfig/hardware file. This file is being referred to in the /etc/init.d/boot.idedma file.
In that file the parameters "/dev/hdg:udma2" has to be added instead of "", "/dev/hdg
n" or "/dev/hdg
So my system boots again and my harddrive acts as a real sata drive..........finally:-)