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HDD I've read that some motherboards don't support HDD of greater than 137GB without possible loss of data or other problems. Will this motherboard support such large hdd's or should I stick with the smaller sizes like 80gb

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  • Stan59 Mar 10, 2008

    I already have a 60gb. Will adding an 80gb be okay?

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Hi stan 59
it will support 40gb , 80 gb hdd but not more than 130gb

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shailesh

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Keep backup files on an alternate data storage system to avoid data loss during hardware problems.


Notice the issue and reproduce it so you're aware of where the symptom manifests itself.

Isolate the problem.


If the system isn't getting power, make sure it's not the power cord or wall outlet before you try a different motherboard.


If everything is trying to run but not actually able to, check for loose parts on the motherboard before you replace it.


Remove all of the hardware that isn't actually necessary to make the computer function before you can narrow down the causes for your problem to the motherboard.


Ensure that all cards and memory units installed on your motherboard are securely in place and that each is making a good connection.

This can be accomplished by removing each component, blowing out the socket with compressed air and replacing the components.


Try another compatible motherboard in your machine once you've eliminated all other potential problems.

If it works with the alternate motherboard, replace the old one.


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Can I install a SATA 300 HD in to the motherboard D945GTP? THANKS


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Not ditect SATA HARDISK


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I know what is problem,some of mother is made only SATA HDD data transfer rate 1.5 GB per second.Now all are SATA HDD data read rate 3 up to g GB per second .Follow the instruction label on the hard drive.
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Overcoming the 137GB barrier on a hard drive


*********** board have no support LBA 48bit adressing.
If you want to use so big HDD, you must to upgrade bios (for LBA 48 bit) or change motherboard for new one.

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My Hard Drive is 250 GB but I only see 137GB


Windows xp has a max Hard drive limit of 137GB, so what you see is totally right.
Windows XP did not support 48-bit LBA for ATAPI disk drives, which is what larger drives needs.
The service packs do address the problem but you need to have a copy of windows xp which includes at least service pack 1 on the installation.
The problem is when you install from your original disk, it doesn't include the service packs, so by the time you have got the system up and running the hard disk space has already been allocated.

Bios update wont help
controller card won't help either

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If you can get hold of a new version of XP which includes at least service pack 1, you can re-install with this disk and it should find all your hard disk space
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You can do what is called 'slipstreaming', this is when you burn the original XP disk and the service packs together on one disk, but it does take a bit of working out.

here are a few links which may help you more:

http://lifehacker.com/386526/slipstream-service-pack-3-into-your-windows-xp-installation-cd


http://support.microsoft.com/kb/303013


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The issue what operating system are you running? Not your board).
Windows 98 can see a max of 64GB & windows 98SE, 137GB. Win XP can see a max of 2 exobytes.
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It is not about the motherboard. It is about windows. When setting up windows (New install), windows may not see all of your drive. That's OK. Once windows has finished installing & all your drivers have been installed, please update windows.

Once Windows SP1 & SP2 have been installed Windows will see all of your hard drive.
Windows 98 can see a max of 64GB & windows 98SE, 137GB. Win XP can see a max of 2 exobytes.

(What is 1exobyte? = EB. In decimal terms, an exabyte is a billion gigabytes).

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