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My hdd has detect on bios setup..but the capacity of my hdd not true....
but i try that hdd to another comp n i install xp,its working...my mainboard have limit capacity of hdd or what???

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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).

Enjoy!
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