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Old March 31st 05, 07:11 PM
Peter
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Default P2B rev 1.02 Max HDD recognized

Can the BIOS in this board recognize a Hard Drive over 32 gig?
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Old March 31st 05, 10:02 PM
Egil Solberg
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Peter wrote:
Can the BIOS in this board recognize a Hard Drive over 32 gig?
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Yes. Upto 128GB.
http://www.asuscom.de/support/FAQ/fa...gb_ide_hdd.htm
Personally I have a 45GB IBM 75GXP installed with 1014.003 BIOS.
If you boot from another smaller drive, I believe Windows can manage how to
run an even bigger drive than 128GB bypassing BIOS limits.
If you want to boot from it, the drive needs to less than 128GB.


 




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