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What size of sata hdd i can connect to mb mercury pi945gcm????

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You can connect any size SATA HDD to your system. Depending upon the OS and drivers you may have to create logical drives to handle the capacity. If you decide on a large capacity HDD such as a 1TB drive, backup becomes an issue. You may want to keep your working drives to a manageable size and attach a backup hight capacity drive for backup.
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Can mercury pi945gcm Support 1tb HDD?? i am not able to install OS on 1tb hdd using this board i have installed 2gb ddr2 ramx2 total 4 gb. what should i do

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