It's actually the drive surface that's defective. Let me guess the BSY (busy) flag stays up after the drive was detected by the BIOS and it takes a while for the PC to boot. You'll need to find a way to make the drive ready again (put down the BSY flag) and I'd advise you to try to regenerate the drive surface (probably some starting LBA values along with LBA 0 are defective) with programs like HDDRegenerator or DRevitalize. IMO a simple Erase Waits command won't help much here.
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