Thank you for the link, but I was able to fix the issue via another method.
I removed the drive, changed the jumper setting to "slave", and installed it as a secondary drive on another W2K computer.
I then ran the chkdsk program which found and fixed the problems. After that, I just changed the jumpter back, reinstalled the drive, and my original computer booted right up.
I didn't expect it to be that simple, but I'm not going to complain!