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Large hard drive

Now I have HDD 120GB I am planing to bay new one 160-200GB. Will HDD of this size work on MS8137C motherboard?

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  • silver_srb Aug 27, 2007

    Latest drivers are from 2003.
    Do you have this motherboard and large HDD?

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You should be alright, just make sure you have the most recent bios drivers.

Posted on Aug 26, 2007

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