Question about Beyond Micro Mobile / 250GB / 7200 / 8MB / Black / USB 2.0 / External 250 GB Hard Drive
When installing an ultra large hard disk (bigger than 137gb), you must ensure your BIOS and service packs are up to date.
Operating systems and system BIOS have separate limitations that are related to specific hard drive capacities that affect how your hard drive will be supported.
W2K and XP users must have the latest service packs installed to access more than 137GB.
If your BIOS was released before June 1999 your system may stall with drives larger than 32GB. The only solution is to update your BIOS.
Use partitioning software in DOS to create the paritition sizes that you want
Posted on Oct 06, 2009
You can manage your disk in "Disk Management".
Right click on my computer then click on manage.
Then click on disk management.
There you see unpartition space then create new partition so you can use it.
Let me know if you need more assistance.
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
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