Question about Maxtor Hard Drive
1. Windows 2000 / XP maximum hard drive size 137 gigabyte limit
This one was fun. To install a hard drive larger than 137 gigabytes on your computer you need the following:
a motherboard, such as the Gigabyte GA-7N400 Pro2 which support the 48 bit hard drive addressing. Only new motherboards can be counted on to support this.
Windows 2000 service pack 3 or later. Windows XP service pack 1 and greater have this support built in. I assume this isn't a problem with Linux at all...
Posted on Sep 11, 2008
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