Question about Samsung SpinPoint P80 SP0802N 80 GB Hard Drive
I added this HDD as a slave. My BIOS (Intel) and Win XP picks it up, but shows the size as 31.4GB after reformatting NTFS. Where did the rest go?
Go into the control panel. Press administrative tools. Select computer management. Under storage select disk management. Look for the hard drive. Make sure there isn't an additional partition on the drive. If there is you can change and delete partitions on this drive as well.
Posted on Jan 03, 2009
Check the Jumper pins
There should be no jumpers for 80 gb slave
Adding a jumper on this drive reduces the capacity to 32 gb
Posted on Feb 28, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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