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Is 250 GB ID Hard Disk supported by Intel 845 GLAD/GLLY motherboard?

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This hard drive size will work with your motherboard but the problem is the size will be detected only up to 130 GB or less, so if you will be using that size of hard drive you will just waste it.. so better use a 120 GB of hard drive or upgrade your motherboard so you can use a 250 GB.....

Hope that helps.............

Posted on Sep 01, 2008

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