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Is the drive recognized in the bios? The bios in a machine that old probably has an 8.4Gb limit. Go to the motherboard manufacturers web site and look for a bios update. It's unlikely you will find an update to recognize the entire drive. Did you try to partition and format the drive?
Posted on Oct 31, 2008
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