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Mount Mount 4 partion in 250 GB HDD and use Vs 2008 Net

Window 2000 professional do not mount 250 gb hardisk at setup and after setup. it mounts only 130gb . if my disk have 4 partion . it mounts only 120 gb and other space not mount as partition . i want to use visual studio 2008 net. please tell me about how is it possible ?

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Probably BIOS limitations on the hard disk, perhaps an update would help.

As far as Im aware VS08 only works on Vista/XP

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