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If it has a SATA port or an IDE port, then its compatible with SATA or IDE devices and disks respectively.

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My HDD will going to corrupt, so i need to buy one, but i don't know that which HDD is compatible with my AMD Athlon XP 2000 PC. Could any one suiggest that how much maximum capacity HDD Support my PC....


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Hard Disk upto 500GB capacity can be added to most of the PCs. As regards compatibility, first you have to check the motherboard for SATA Hard Disk interface as newer hard disks are SATA. Adding the hard disk has nothing to do with the processor. However, motherboard should have the connecting port/ option (such as SATA). Some motherboards support both IDE and SATA devices. Please check the motherboard for SATA Port. You may find the motherboard model/ system model and google a bit for its specification. (You have mentioned AMD Athlon XP 2000, which is the Processor not the motherboard)
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If SATA is available on your motherboard, you may add Sata drives of 250-500-750GB drives according to you requirements. Otherwise you have to look for IDE hard Disk.

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How much gb hard disk support to Intel motherboard dg 41 WV


Intel G41 compatible with core 2 duo can support any Size of SATA Hard disk drive (Storage Device).


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My 1TB hard disk is compatible with SL-75DRV motherboard


Only if the hard disk is a PATA - it uses the wide cable.

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When i turn on the pc...the motherboard make a beeping sound...cannot enter bios or boot... recently ive installed 1tb hard disk...


beeping sound means some hardware is not OK
Motherboard is dead i guess so
BIOS does not show up means MB is dead

hard disk is not compatible, the MB is not recognising the large HD

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I recently bought a new hard drive to update the "tired out" model in my gateway model gt5674. i was told that i needed a SAS compatable motherboard to get this new hard drive installed. is there any...


Take the disk-drive back to the computer-store,
along with your computer, and exchange the new disk-drive for one that is compatible with your computer. Within 15 seconds of viewing the "inside" of your Gateway, they should be able to identify the correct model of disk-drive that will be compatible with your current motherboard.

Or, the more-expensive option: buy a PCI add-in card to add a 'SAS-compatible' interface (although I've never heard of such an interface!!!!) to your computer.


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What is the maximum size of hdd to used with abit kv7


Good day sir/maam, yes you can use a 1 TB HDD, get the SATA version depending on the bios but im not sure it be compatible with SATA1 on your motherboard, any new hard disk canor cant be read by any old motherboard, you may have problems with SATA versions, there are 3 versions, but the problem is the response of the hard disk. The rule of thumb, fast motherboards, for large hard disk, because it can access large amount of data very fast usually they are SATA3. So slow motherboards with large hard disk is kinda slow, you be bored. I suggest you stick on the recommended hard disk. If you want extra storage, get 3 hard disk and daisy chained them as master/slave.

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A6561SMS amibios v 1.7 on MSI 745 Ultra Motherboard does not detect the HD Seagate Barracuda 7200 Ide 160gb. The bios simply won't start. What could be? Are they compatible?


Dear user,

Yes HD is compatible on that motherboard but some problem in your ide of motherboard.

pl check your hard disk to another pc working or not ?

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Ravindra Shah

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Sir i have mercury motherboard kvm 800m series sata hard disk or 1gb ram not supporting me


Here is the link for your board specs: http://www.mercury-pc.com/product-detail.php?link=p-mainboards&subtitle=Mainboard&productid=644
Make sure your RAM is compatible to what the specs list. As for your SATA hdd make sure it is compatible to the board. A SATA II hdd is not compatible with a mb that only has SATA as they are not backwards compatible. Hope this helps.

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