Can I offer a suggestion? If you want help, you've got to learn how to ask for it properly. This kind of thing:
ive GOTTA GET THIS FIXED MY DIGITAL CAMERA IS ALMOST USELESS NOW
is counterproductive at best.
Believe me, I understand how irritating it can be when the thing you want won't work and you can't figure out why, and no one seems to want to help you. But try putting yourself in the shoes of someone reading your post. At first you provide almost no information about what's going on, and it looks very much like you don't want to know in the first place. Then, when someone tries to help you, instead of thanking them for their long, very explanatory and very helpful post (which you could've easily taken from the web or from your own system's man pages and other internal documentation), you post a very terse, vague message about using "a different number" and how it didn't work. Then you demand more help.
Try not to have kneejerk reactions when you get frustrated. You can see in your mind how it can only impair your thinking, can't you? Instead, look up documentation, read a bit, google for your problem.
Linux people have very little patience for those not willing to help themselves. This is very much a do-it-yourself community, and you have to be fertile ground for the seeds of help people are willing to plant. Linux users and admins are also notoriously busy, so they don't have time to coddle you.
You have to be willing to learn, willing to take the time to actually understand your system. You're basically wasting your time (and ours) if you insist on begging for help without actually taking the time to try to figure things out for yourself.
Here's my take: Assuming nothing is outright broken, when you installed the new drivers, the scsi subsystem in the kernel probably reassigned the various /dev/sd<alpha><number> entries because now new devices are being discovered, possibly in a different order than what they were before. Assuming you have a 2.4 series kernel (which you should, given RH9, run uname -a for reassurance), this document will help you get to know your system better:
It tells you how to discover which device fits with which /dev/sd* entry. Take the time to figure it out for yourself, and come to the community if you're really stumped. Why do you think all these helpful people wrote the documents in the first place?