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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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I hav a new operating system on ma p.c but i dont have drivers for sound on my motherboard.. PLEASE HELP!


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Matsonic MS8137C audio driver


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They have your driver listed.

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http://members.driverguide.com/

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Motherboard specification not available.


Are you uning the recovery CD or a new OS?

A new Os (XP) will allow the second drive even if the old one will not. Of course you can always add a USB hard drive and a USB PCI card to make it all work. What are you using this pc for seems a little old for todays applications. Suggestion If your going to use this that you Replace the main hard drive with a 120GB or larger, new video card at least 256MB if not 512 and at least 1 gig of memory as I believe it will only take a max of 1 gig. you cannot use vista as it requires more resources than this Pc can give to support the OS. you may want to try XP LITE as well one you get XP installed to speed it up a bit!

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I have original cd vith drivers for MS8137c. Write me your adress and I will send a copu to you. [email protected]

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MAX HDD CAPACITY ADDRESSABLE


Hi john,
The issue what operating system are you running? Not your board).
Windows 98 can see a max of 64GB & windows 98SE, 137GB. Win XP can see a max of 2 exobytes.
(What is 1exobyte, EB. In decimal terms, an exabyte is a billion gigabytes).

Your 160BG drive is safe with XP.

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