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Lba 625142448 The computer does not want to admit that I have no drivers, and I need the drivers and I can not get

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Try control panel administive tools,computer management, device manager if there is a yelow ? you need to install the drivers for the respective devices right click and install

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Lba 234441648


Each LBA unit is 512 bytes.
So, 234441648 LBA units is about 120 gigabytes.

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No pc drivers


No drivers required in Windows. Instead check BIOS. It must be listed there!

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Convert lba to cyl, head, sector


The problem with CYL/HEAD/SECTORS is that disk-drives have gotten *MUCH* too large -- the limited size of each field mean that a new scheme, namely LBA (Logical Block Addressing) had to be created to deal with disk-drives that are 1000 times too large (4 Terabytes versus old 4 Gigabytes).

So, if you have 312,500,000 sectors,
and each sector is 0.5 Kilobytes,
you have 156,250,000 Kbytes,
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or 156 Gigabytes.

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While trying to install PATA 250GB HD (XP Pro) only 130GB recognized. Upgraded BIOS to v1.4 (latest) and assured by Toshiba that this would enable computer to handle 250GB. No such luck. Accessed BIOS...


According to the detailed specs on that model, it came with a 60GB ATA-5 EIDI hard drive. therefore, you can use any ATA compatible (ATA-5, ATA-6 or ATA-100) EIDE/IDE drive that has jumpers enabling you to configure the drive as "Master". Western Digital Blue Scorpio and Seagate Momentus lines both have models that will fit the bill. You can find those drives at your neighborhood BestBuy or Staples pretty easily. I don't know if the A25 BIOS supports 48-bit logical block addressing (LBA), in spite of what toshiba says, If it only supports 24-bit LBA the maximum drive size is 137GB. If it supports 48-bit LBA then you can go as high as you can find drives available; usually 500GB. I suspect that it supports 48-bit LBA because various online vendors list up to 250GB drives for that model. The most important thing about the drive, though, is that it MUST be jumperable as 'master'. A cable select only drive won't work. Both the Western Digital and Seagate EIDE models have jumpers. hope this helps but if you need anything else just ask:)

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Hai Can u please inform me How to change LBA


First, backup all your data files, because changing LBA mode will "scramble" all your files. All of them. Permanently.

Second, are you _really_ sure that changing LBA mode is the *answer* to your problem?

What is the problem that you want to solve?

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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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Windows does not see full size of new Hard drive


Is your disk correctly partitioned?

  1. Right-click My Computer.
  2. Click Manage.
  3. Click Disk Management.
Find your newly installed disk and see if there is any unpartitioned space on it. If there is, just create a new partition, or delete the previous one so you can create the partition which will consume full size of the disk.

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N600c's bios can't support 48-bit lba?


It depends what you want to use the laptop for but Windows XP SP2 (Disk needs Service Pack integrated), Windows Fundamentals for Legacy PC's and Windows Vista and Windows 7 will correctly address a hard drive within a machine that has the 137gb 48bit LBA problem.

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