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Maximum size Hard Disk replacement

Q: Maximum size Hard Disk replacement

Good morning to everyone,I have a DV6735el, PN: KN782EA#ABZ and I would like to upgrade to 4GB RAM (ok) and a drvie bigger than the default 250GB. Does this model support:1 o 2 TB?I suppose it can use interface Sata III (without spped improvement).It requires drive with hight 10 mm or can I use also 15mm? Thank You











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A: Maximum size Hard Disk replacement

Any 2.5 inch wide and 9.5 mm thick SATA laptop hard drive will work and they do make 1 and 2 TB models so those are fine. It can be SATA III but will only work at a lower SATA speed on your laptop. Post back if you need any more help.

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I recently upgraded from a 2TB to a 3TB (after the 2TB died). I also upgraded from Win7 to Windows 10 at the same time. A week later the OS won't boot.  When I look at the disk (popped it in another desktop) and ran Seagates SeaTools over it the disk looked to only be formatted to 2TB.  It passed all tests ok. Tried to get Win10 to do an auto repair.  Failed.  Tried to refresh (keep user settings) .. failed.  Tried to wipe & reinstall .. also failed. Wondering if there's a problem with the maximum hard disk size in the BIOS.  Currently running 1.06 (the latest from 2011?). Hopefully someone could shed some light on this? Thanks, John.










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A:Maximum Size Hard Disk on HP DC7700?

Hi, John: There are actually a couple of issues... 1. You cannot exceed 2 TB for a boot disk when your PC does not have a UEFI BIOS (which the dc7700 doesn't). 2. If the HDD is a SATA III (6.0 GBPS) drive, there is an extremely good chance it has one of the symptoms listed in this HP document below... http://h20566.www2.hp.com/hpsc/doc/public/display?sp4ts.oid=3718645&docId=emr_na-c02711513&lang=en&cc=us I had the same thing happen to me (the first issue listed in the document) on my dc7800 when I installed a new 500 GB WD Caviar Black HDD, SATA III HDD. W7 did work for a while and then the drive wasn't recognized anymore. I assumed the drive was defective, so I RMA'd it, and the second one did the exact same thing. I swapped the 500 GB disk with a 1 TB SATA III disk that came from my 8200 Elite CMT.  The 8200 Elite came from the factory with the 1 TB HDD.  The 8200 Elite's 1 TB HDD worked perfectly fine in my dc7800, and the WD 500 GB disk worked perfectly fine in my 8200 Elite (which has a SATA III HDD controller). IMO, the drive not being recognized is because of that incompatibility issue outlined in the support document. For more info regarding drives in excess of 2 TB, please read this HP white paper below. You should be able to use the 3 TB drive as a data drive if you format it in GPT, provided the incompatibility issue does not exist when it is not being used as a boot drive. http:... Read more

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My 40 Gb. hard disk in my 3 year old Portege A100 has just died. I was wondering how big a hard disk to buy so that it will be recognised by the BIOS?

A:Maximum size of Hard disk in Portege A100

Someone in the internet has used a 60GB HDD in the Port?g? A100 and it worked.
Maybe a 80GB is possible but there are no official statements about the supported and compatible HDD sizes.

The best way is to test the different sizes together with a HDD dealer.
Please post a feedback after the HDD testing?

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External USB-connected hard disks are now available that have a capacity of 2 Tbytes or more. With the older Windows 7 32-bit operating system, is it possible to fully utilize a disk this large, or will I be limited to a smaller size external drive?
 
Thanks in advance.

A:Is there a maximum external disk size when using Windows 7?

These articles help to define the issue.
 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ReadyBoost
 
http://www.hgst.com/tech/techlib.nsf/techdocs/869E4925CC72E233862577E100235119/$file/Deskstar_3TB_FAQ_finalwebv2.pdf

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My motherboard is Intel Corporation D865GLC AAC27499-405, with a Pentium 4 and about 2Gb RAM. Can I replace my current hard drives with capacities as large as 250 Gb?
 

A:Maximum hard drive size

It all depends. You need Windows XP with Service Pack 2 or 3 to install more than 132 GB in one partition. Otherwise, you will have to create multiple partitions if your install disk has SP 1, or no service pack.
If your install disk has SP2 or SP3, you can use hard drives of 750 GB or even 1 TB.
 

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I need to order a new hard drive for my external case, to increase the capacity of the archive that I have there. The question is that the specs for the case says that it is designed for a maximum of 1TB drives:

InfoSafe Dual 3.5" Drive eSATA to SATA HD Enclosure | StarTech.com

However, It currently holds a 1.5TB and a 2TB drive, in which I haven't experienced any problems. Still with the prices of 3TB drives at the moment, I would like to feel sure that it would still work properly.

I'm wondering if the size limit only involves RAID configurations or even a couple of drives in stand alone configurations?

A:Maximum Hard Drive Size

Controller chip in the device may limit the size.
Buy one of the new wd red drives and let us know if it works or not.

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I replaced the original hard drive in the Pavilion a couple of years ago with a 1 TB drive.  The 1 TB is now full and I tried replacing with a 6 TB WD black drive.  Ran the Acronis software to clone, selected MBR as the format.  It was bootable and a perfect copy of the original drive, but without the additional space.  I tried again with a 4 TB WD black drive, selecting manual rather than automatic partitioning; tried to allocate all of the space but ended up with about 2 TB recognized. I have downloaded an Acronis program to rewrite the 6 TB drive to all zeros.  I can see the drive in Windows Disk Manager but not the full capacity, only about 1.5 TB.My first question is, is there a limit to the hard drive capacity that the factory motherboard can see?   Or is this an OS limitation of Windows 7? Second question:  Should I try to clone the drive again, but rather than using the MBR option, select GPT (GUID Partition Table)?Third question:  If I set up the partitions using GPT, will I still be able to share files with computers with Master Boot Record partitions? Thank you,Loretta

A:Maximum Hard Drive size

Hi, Loretta: If your PC does not have a UEFI BIOS, then the maximum size hard drive you can install is 2 TB for the drive to be used as a boot drive. In order for a hard drive > 2TB to be used to its fullest capacity, it must be formatted in GPT. Please see this white paper for more info.  While this was written for business PC's it is relevant to all PC's. http://h20566.www2.hp.com/hpsc/doc/public/display?sp4ts.oid=3459241&docLocale=en_US&docId=emr_na-c02... You should have no problem sharing files with other PC's. 

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Hi there,

I have an Acer Aspire 1683 WLMI laptop with a 60GB hard drive.

I'm considering upgrading the hard drive but want to know the maximum size that I can take.

Does anyone know what this is or how I might find out?

These are the system specs....

Processor: Intel Pentium M 735 / 1.7 GHz
Data Bus Speed: 400 MHz
Chipset Type Intel 855GME

Thanks in advance.
 

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I have Windows 7Professional, 64bit running on an SSD 500GB drive.

My internal drives are the 500GB SSD, 2 x 1TB, and a small 150GB velociraptor. My External drives, all powered, are 2 x 1TB, 2 x 500GB, and 2 x 2TB drives.

The newest one is one of the 2 TB ones. Since adding this one, I find I cannot run it if all the others are connected as well.

I read that there is a limit to how many TB Windows 7 can support, and that it depends also whether they are internal or external.

Please can you clarify this for me. If there is a limit, I will have to move a lot of data(photos) around so as not to need to run all at once.

I have also just upgraded the power pack to 650watts,quadrail.

Thanks.

A:What is the maximum hard drive size that Win 7 Pro will support

No Windows 7 does not have a limit. Something else is limiting you, what it would be I'm not sure. Probably a limitation on the means you are connecting these external drives.

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This machine has been great for 7 years, still going strong, and all I need is to swap in a bigger hard drive.
From another post I read, it sounded as if I could install a 160 GB drive without any problem - up from my current 30 GB.  My question is, "Does this require a BIOS update?"  Or if not, "Can I install an even bigger drive if I do get a BIOS update?  And what is the biggest I could use after getting the update."  
Any help would be greatly appreciated!  
Thanks,
Ethan

A:Dimension 2350 - Maximum Hard Drive Size?

 ecampbell77
The 2350 does not have a 137gb limitation.
A 160gb IDE hard drive will be fine.
If you intend to make new 160gb HD the primary C: /  drive, to install XP, you need XP-SP1 or higher, not XP with a Service Pack upgrade.
Bev.

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I need to add a hard drive to my computer to allow for more media storage, I see the 3TB drives seem to be a pretty good value over the 2TB ones, my question is : will windows 8 support drives larger than 2TB especially without having to do a lot of work?

Thanks
Terry

A:Maximum hard drive size allowed in windows 8?

i would suggest setting up a RAID, if you are going this route. the physical hardware gets more expensive as you go up in drive size.

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My default hard drive is almost out of space and I'm planning to upgrade it. What is the maximum size that this model could handle? Is 2TB- 3TB fine? Another question.I replaced my optical disk to an HDD caddy with a 250gb SSD inside it. I installed my new OS there and made it the default boot drive. The default HDD that comes with the laptop is my backup drive. Is this set up okay?orDo I have to put my SSD on the default HDD area and place my 2tb/3tb hdd on the caddy for maximum performace?











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A:What is maximum size of hard drive I can replace to my defau...

Hi, 1. In theory you can get 2TB or TB but 1TB has better peformance.2. You can't boot from the caddy. My suggestion: use SSD for normal bay and use 2TB in the caddy. You will have both what you want.3. As (2) above. Regards.

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Hello,

I have an Acer Aspire T300 XP computer with a 40 GB harddrive.

I am considering adding a 750 GB Seagate HDD, but it has been suggested to me that the T300 motherboard will not recognise as much as 750 GB.

Can somebody please advise on this.

My system details are

Product Acer Aspire T300 Version Acerpower Serial Number 0321005

CPU Intel Celeron 4A, 2000 MHz ( 5 x 400 ) CPU Alias Northwood-128

Motherboard Chipset SiS 651 System memory 503 MB ( DDR SDRAM)

Motherboard ID 03/05/203-Sis-61-6A6IXDDC-00
Motherboard name unknown

Effective clock 400MHz
Bandwidth 3200 MB/s

Many thanks. bj_van
 

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A:What is the Maximum Memory and the Maximum size SATA drive o...

Terry, welcome to the forum. Here is what the specs say about maximum memory: The memory sockets on the system board can be populated with up to four industry-standard DIMMs. These memory sockets are populated with at least one preinstalled DIMM.  To achieve the maximum memory support, you can populate the system board with up to 4GB of memory configured in a high-performing dual channel mode. Here is the Hardware Reference Guide for the computer.  You will find the above information on Page 25. The maximum hard drive size with Win 7 is 2TB. Please click the Thumbs up + button if I have helped you and click Accept as Solution if your problem is solved. 

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hi all
i have a celeron 667 Mhz,on a 810E intel chipset motherboard. i would like to know what is the maximum sized Hard disk which my motherboard can support.
-Chanakyakul
 

A:Maximum hard disk support?

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Hello guyz,
I have a system and was planing to buy a new hard disk (probably one 1TB). I wanted to know about my system's maximum hard disk capacity.. Following is the information of my system (got through Tune-up System Information). Tell me if you need any more info.

Processor Info
Intel Pentium 4 CPU 2.0Ghz
Code name: Northwood
L1 Cache: 20 KB
L2 Cache: 512 KB
Socket: XU1 Processor
Model: Family 15 Model 2 Level 4

Bios Info
Manufacturer: Compaq
Date: 08/15/2002
Version: 686O2 v2.14
Size: 512 KB

Memory: 768 MB (512+256)
Mainboard: Compaq 07E4h
System Model: Evo D510 SFF

Currently I have two have hard disks:
1. Western Digital (300 GB, Cache 8 MB, ATA)
2. Maxtor (80 GB, Cache 2 MB, ATA)

There are no SATA cables in my system.

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This info might also help:
I was just checking Maxtor Big Drive Enabler about which I had heard that it can be used with large hard disks. While installing, it gave me following error:
"Support is currently enabled for 48-bit Local Block Addressing (LBA) for ATAPI disk drives. You do not need to run this registry update. Click OK to exit."
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Would be thankful if anyone could tell me about the maximum hard disk capacity my system can recognize..
 

A:Solved: Maximum Capacity Hard Disk recognizeable by my System (Info Given)

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I have changed HDDs on other Toshibas with absolutetly no problem - anyone any ideas?

A:Hard disk replacement A100

Hi

The HDD replacement on this notebook is not simply procedure. I am not 100 % sure but the whole Palm rest/Touch pad must be removed at first. HDD cover is fixed with one screw but you will see him just if the Palm rest is removed.

When this screw is removed Hold the HDD tab and pull out the HDD assembly. Next step is to detach the HDD bracket from the HDD.
The unit is pretty new and before you do anything checks if the warranty is still valid.

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How to replace hard disk in Toshiba NB100

Can anyone help me ?

TY

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A:NB100 - Hard disk replacement

I believe the HDD is under the top cover which is hard to get to.

You should get a Service Center to do it for you, so nothing gets damaged and your warranty stays valid.

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We need to recover the hard disk as an ex-employee has deleted some files within the OS.
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A:A100 Hard Disk Replacement

Hi,

you find the HDD when you turn the A100 at the right side! You have to remove only one screw and take the small HDD flap away! Then you can pull out the HDD!


Bye Hans

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Hi all,

I need to replace my hard disk (Toshiba 40GB) and the configuration of my laptop E-SYstem 3089 is the following:

quite scary to be honest: there is a sort of armor protecting the hard disk and I don't know how to get it out... do I need to dismount all the pieces?
So please if someone experienced of this EI-Systems can share a tip, I'd be very happy and grateful. Thanks in advance!!
Joe User
 

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Hello to all fellow Lenovo owners. Recently, my G570 Hard drive crashed. I  removed it and will purchase anew one but desperately need detailed, specific instructions about formatting, partitioning and installing Windows 7and whatever else is necessary to get up and running. I'm not a techie, but am handy and wiling/able to learn.Thanks in advance for any help. dcnyr












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A:g570 hard disk drive replacement

hi dcnyr,
 
Welcome to Lenovo Community Forums!
 Were you able to Create a Recovery Disc from the old HDD when it was still working? or you have an RCD when you first got the unit?
 Because if you have, you don't have to worry about any partition or procedure just pop the First RCD and just follow the Prompt,
 
but If you were not able to create set of Recovery CD then,
 
First you can contact Lenovo To Purchase a recovery CD
 
and another option is this:
"There's a big possibility that you're able to activate Windows 7 64bit using that COA,
 
Try to:
1. Create a recovery disc (just in case something goes wrong, you can revert back the preloaded OS)
2. Download and install Belarc Advisor to extract the Windows 7 product key on the BIOS.
3. Download a Windows 7 ISO and burn it using imgburn. Check here how
4. Install Windows 7 using this guide (use the key that you obtained from Step 2 if necessary)."
 
Hope this helps,
Cheers!




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My laptop hp 15-n029sg was showing the imminent hard drive failure message. I have checked the hard drives through "Check Now" options. Every time I scan some problem is found and I fix it accordingly. But then again it shows some problems are found when scanned again. Is there any way I can find out where the problem is gone or not? Eventually I guess I have to replace the hard drive. Can anyone suggest the proper i.e compatable hard drive for my laptop?

A:Replacement of Imminent Failing Hard disk

Hi, The drive on the link below is an example of one that would be fine for your notebook.  1Tb Notebook Hard Drive. The procedure to replace the Hard Drive starts on Page 77 of your Maintenance & Service Guide. Once done, simply use your Recovery Media to reinstall the Operating System on the new drive - this procedure is detailed in the following HP document. http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c03489643 If you don't have your Recovery Media, see if you can order a replacement set using the link below. Order HP Recovery Media.  If you have any problem with this link, try ordering this directly from HP. If you live in the US, contact HP Here. If you are in another part of the world, start Here. Regards, DP-K

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Windows Product ID Type: 2
Windows License Type: OEM SLP
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ID: {885A901D-B8AC-437A-9497-77D160681927}(2)
Is Admin: No
TestCab: 0x0
LegitcheckControl ActiveX: N/A, hr = 0x80070002
Signed By: N/A, hr = 0x80070002
Product Name: Windows 7 Home Premium
Architecture: 0x00000009
Build lab: 7600.win7_ldr.110114-1504
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A:Invalid Product Key, when activating after a hard disk replacement

The serial used is the OEM SLP key, that is the key the computer was installed with when it left the Toshiba factory. To use that key you have to use the Toshiba recovery disks to reinstall.
If you do a clean install from any other Windows 7 DVD you have to use the serial that is on the case of the computer/laptop.
You could try and call MS support and explain your problem. You might need to call several times as some of the support guys are less friendly than others.....

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Hi - Yesterday, my Averatec 3250 laptop stopped working and now I cannot boot it up. I am getting a "SMART command failed" and subsequent message about disk read error. It sure sounds like the hard drive is shot. This machine gets light use, so this is very disappointing as I bought it new in late 2004. I was thinking about replacing the hard drive, but there is no information in the user manual. Any advice appreciated.
 

A:Solved: Averatec 3250 - Hard Disk Replacement

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my hard disk size in missing...
here attached my snapshot of my harddisk size..
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A:Hard disk size missing

It's not there. Nothing is missing. a 250GB drive will have about 232 gbs usable space, 320gb =298,500=465, 1tb=930gb approx. That's the way it is, i don't wanna explain why. Just don't worry about it.

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Hi,

I just reinstalled Windows XP in an effort to try to speed up my computer. I did a backup using Norton Ghost just before I did it and I've been restoring files from it.

I just got a message saying that my hard drive was full which was weird so I checked the disk under 'My Computer' and it said that my hard drive was 127GB, when it's actually 320GB.

I know when I was formatting the disk it didn't work right away. I did a full format and the computer restarted and went back to the initial screen that asked me what I wanted to do, rather than going ahead and installing Windows. When I went through the process again it said Windows was already on there, so I deleted the partition that it said was there and did another full format. This time I was able to install Windows.

Is there anything I can do to use my full hard drive or am I going to have to restore the old system using Norton Ghost?

Thank you,
Joe

A:Hard Disk Size On Reinstallation

You can enable LBA (most hard drive manufacturer's have a utility to do this within Windows) or you can partition the drive into several partitions that are all less than 137 gB in size (like 3 partitions at 100 gB each)

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I recently had to format by laptop's hard drive since it would not start up. I tried everything from restoring the MBR to deleting the partition. I got a bunch of errors of protected partiion, I assume because of Norton Goback's lock on the partition. Lastly, I restored the computer using toshiba's restoration DVD. Now windows XP and any other partition software is displaying the hard disk as 74 Gb instead of 120 Gb. Does anybody know how to fix this? I have a Toshiba Satelite M55 with Windows XP. The BIOS is a piece of crap and it doesn't allow you to get any hard disk details or do an auto config. I've restored the hard drive a second time with the restore software and the outcome is the same. Please help.
 

A:Wrong Hard Disk Size

If you right click My Computer and choose "Manage" then Disk management, see if the drive shows a portion unallocated. If so you will need partitioning software to merge it back as I don't think Disk management will do that in XP. Partition magic or Acronis Disk Director are what you will need. There is a free program called Paragon also that can do it.
 

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i bought a new WD 160gb Hdd but when i install it winwdows xp SP2 only sees it as a 128gb hdd. will updating the bios on my asus a7n8x mb sort this out or will i need to get a controller card ??
 

A:Hard disk size not correct

What drive size does the BIOS report? If BIOS gets it wrong, then you need a BIOS update.

As for Windows, make sure that LBA48 is enabled - there's a registry setting for that.
 

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Hi,

I just reinstalled Windows XP in an effort to try to speed up my computer. I did a backup using Norton Ghost just before I did it and I've been restoring files from it.

I just got a message saying that my hard drive was full which was weird so I checked the disk under 'My Computer' and it said that my hard drive was 127GB, when it's actually 320GB.

I know when I was formatting the disk it didn't work right away. I did a full format and the computer restarted and went back to the initial screen that asked me what I wanted to do, rather than going ahead and installing Windows. When I went through the process again it said Windows was already on there, so I deleted the partition that it said was there and did another full format. This time I was able to install Windows.

Is there anything I can do to use my full hard drive or am I going to have to restore the old system using Norton Ghost?

Thank you,
Joe
 

A:Hard Disk Size On Reinstallation

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Hello all, I want to add a harddisk to my emachine--celeron 633IDS. my first time doing this, so i am not sure if there is a LIMIT to the size of the harddisk i can add??
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*****Specifications of eTowerŪ 633ids*******

IntelŪ Celeron 633 MHz (w/128KB L2 Cache)
Intel 810 Chipset, 66 MHz FSB
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also, if you have any canadian deals that would be great(i'm looking at the one at FS -- 120GB for 169.99). US deals are welcome too as i live minutes from the border but i'm not sure how to sneak it through.

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A:GPT hard disk file size limitation

Hi,
 
What is the Hard Disk size?
 
GPT and MBR are partitioning schemes, FAT32 and NTFS are File System types that can be used to store files/folders on the partitions independently if the disk is partitioned as MBR or GPT.
 
I think the confusion is because when creating a bootable flash drive to install Windows on a UEFI system with GPT you need to format the flash drive as FAT32.

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Hi

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A:What size External Hard Drive Disk Enclosure do I need?

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Hi saitokoji,

Welcome onboard.

Please post a screenshot of Windows Disk Management with your 1TB WD external drive only plugged in.( Yes, in order not to confuse remove all other USB storage devices)

Disk Management - Post a Screen Capture Image

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A:0xc0000225 Problem Solved but hard disk size and OKR

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Your virtual machine's vhd is as it should be, you have no issue. I will try to explain this below.

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A:Satellite Pro 4600 - What is the maximum HDD size?

Hello John

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A:Maximum safe size of FAT32 volume

1_ What is the maxiumum size of a FAT32 volume?

Answer: Approximately 8 Terabytes
http://support.microsoft.com/default...;EN-US;q314463


2_ Would exceeding this safe maxiumum size result in having data/file system corruption down the road?

Answer: No. The corruption would be immediate.


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A:Maximum Partition Size For Win2k Server

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I have a 1080p tutorial for a program I want to use. This video has text in it, text that is distorted when windows forces video players to not go any larger than the windows size.

One might suggest I change the resolution of the monitor to 1080p but I would tell that person the TV is a 720p monitor and the text would still be distorted.

I need it so when I select on any video player, Original Size, I need to force windows 7 to summit like a good dog and allow the window to be larger than the monitors resolution.

So let me be clear, I am looking for an answer that starts with, To allow a window on windows 7 to be larger than your screen resolution do the following:

or

To remove all windows 7 window size restrictions follow these steps:

All my information of my computer is to the left in the drop down menu.

A:Remove Maximum Window Size Limits

It's funny that you would come asking for help and then make demands as to how that help should be given. However, look here:

GiMeSpace Desktop Extender - CNET Download.com

Quote:





You can resize your windows to a size that is bigger then your physical screen.

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I am buying a used T1500 and need to upgrade the memory to 16GB.
Crucial indicates that the largest usable DIMM is 4GB, but I see there are 8GB DIMMs available and wonder if anyone has tried to use one this large, with the otherwise proper specification.

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Anyone know what it is?

It looks like maximum message size is 20 MB on Yahoo Mail Plus, so I would imagine it's smaller on free Yahoo mail.

A:Maximum Message Size On Free Yahoo Mail

Yes it is. The maximum size---at least at present--- for the free Yahoo E-mail service is 10MB.http://help.yahoo.com/l/us/yahoo/mail/orig...verview-03.htmlRemember that the maximum includes attachments, the body of the text, and some overhead for formatting.Regards,John

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Which is the maximum (theoretical) desktop resolution which can be handled by Windows OS (HxW and/or max megapixel)?
Has Microsoft a WhitePager about this topic or posted a official statement somewhere? Or can I get an official statement about that?

A:Maximum desktop resolution/size which can be handled by Windows

This may answer your question
http://blogs.msdn.com/b/b8/archive/2012/03/21/scaling-to-different-screens.aspx
Regards
Milos

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I put extra 1 gig. of Adata ram memory on my SR1520NX computer.
I guess that would be the maximum ram I could have on my p.c., since
I only have 2 slots, each able to accept max. of 1 gig..

Shown here-



I have total of 1.87 gigs. of ram as shown.

What should I type in for my Page file Custom Initial and Maximum size to adjust my virtual memory?

I try to follow these instructions-

Windows XP Tips - Virtual Memory Tweak - YouTube



1.87 X 2 = 3.74 gigs.


3.74 X 1024 = 3829 gigs.


So should I put 3829 gigs. as my initial and maximum page file size ?

After I put that and reboot.

In virtual memory it says.

Total paging file size for all drives


Minimum 2 MB


Recommended 2878 MB

Currently 3829 MB


So should I now put in 2878 MB, for initial and maximum page size file, since that is what is recommended ?


Is it that since I have a lot of RAM memory, I do not need to put a high number as intitial and maximum page size file, since it will slow down the
hard drive if I set it too high ? Since I don't have any message saying I have
low virtual memory at the moment. What should I set the initial and maximum page file size at ?

Thanks

A:Page file Custom Initial and Maximum size

See the notes here How to set performance options in Windows XP
you should allow windows to manage the page file size there is no need to alter it.
But it's your choice.

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hello

i've been having harddisk troubles lately anyway to make a long story short, i used seatools to verify the disk was physically ok, then got diskeeper to defragment as the drive was very fragmented

since chkdsk said there were errors in the bitmap volume i tried to see mft information in diskeeper. and this is what i get

current mft size 109586 file records (107MB) percent used 87%

allowable minimum mft size 109587
allowable maximum mft size 109586

of course diskeeper doesnt accept ANY value i set for mft size... and i'm getting close to the limit,maybe i had reached it since i erased a lot to make space...

so any ideas?
 

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http://us.generation-nt.com/answer/outlook-pst-has-reached-maximum-size-help-198817501.html?page=2

http://www.pcreview.co.uk/forums/maximum-data-file-size-t3791993.html

Dear Experts

With the outlook 2003 not 2002 (limit to 2 GB) I have been experiencing this problem

Cannot move the items C:\Documents and Settings\johnallen\local settings\applicationdata\microsoft\outlook\outlook.pst has reached its maximum size.
To reduce the amount of data in the file, select some items that you no longer need and then permanently delete them by pressing SHIFT + DELETE. You could consider using the new outlook prsonal folders file (.pst) introduced with outlook
2003 that provides greater capacity for storing items and folders.Click to expand...
I renamed the old profile to Outlook_OLD.pst then created a new profile called outlook.pst ,,,,,and move all folders from Outlook_OLD.pst to Outlook.pst

Then I uninstalled Office 2003 and installed office 2007.
But still I am experiencing same problem
Thanks
 

A:Cannot move the items outlook.pst has reached its maximum size

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I'm in the process of adding a Sapphire ATI Radeon 9250 PCI card to my eMachines computer and the embedded Intel 82865g graphics controller reduced the maximum image size to 14.9 x 11.8 - this is about 2 inches narrower than my 19" screen size. Is there a way to change the maximum image size to actually reflect my screen?
 

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Hello,
Recently I've been getting an error in my administrative events event log related to wuaueng.dll

wuaueng.dll (604) SUS20ClientDataStore: The version store for this instance (0) has reached its maximum size of 32Mb. It is likely that a long-running transaction is preventing cleanup of the version store and causing it to build up in size. Updates will be rejected until the long-running transaction has been completely committed or rolled back.
Possible long-running transaction:
SessionId: 0x0000000000F104A0
Session-context: 0x00000000
Session-context ThreadId: 0x0000000000001700
Cleanup: 1

I have no idea how to resolve this issue. Since this issue has started in Process Explorer the svchost.exe that houses wuauend.dll baloons to about 370-410Mb of Private, and 340-360MB of Working Set anytime the Windows Update service is started. I have done
all the latest windows update (other than the language packs.)

System Specs:
Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit Service Pack 1
Intel Core 2 Quad Q6700 @ 2.66GhZ 2.67GhZ
4.00GB RAM

To free up the RAM and avoid the errors I've just been disabling the Windows Update service except for when I want to specifically use it to run an update, but the main issue I want to free up is the ESENT Event ID 623 Errors in the Administrative Events
log of the Event Viewer that have been occuring since November 22, 2011 for me.

A:Windows Update - wuaueng.dll - SUS20ClientDataStore Maximum Size Reached

 
Hi,
Based on my knowledge, wuaueng.dll is a system file for Windows Update. Please try to register the Wuaueng.dll file and check if it works fine.
Also I want to know whether you use WSUS for Windows update?
For further troubleshooting, please also upload the Windows Update log to SkyDrive and post a link here:
http://explore.live.com/skydrive
Hope that helpsWilliam Tan
TechNet Community Support

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I have a LENOVO Ideapad Y700-15ISK.I have successfully upgraded my SSD to a Samsung-SSD-SM951-512GB-MZHPV512HDGL. I am tempted to upgrade also my HDD to a Seagate ST4000LM016: http://www.seagate.com/www-content/datasheets/pdfs/laptop-hdd-4tbDS1887-2-1602UK-en_GB.pdf ...which is a 2.5-inch 4TB disk.Problem is that it is 15mm thick and I fear that it might not fit in the space dedicated to the HDD. Has anyone tested this? Do you know if it works?

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My 32GB Windows 10 Home PC (recently upgraded from 8.1) is low on disk space. I deleted Windows.old and I have hibernation disabled. Apart from a few browsers, very little else is installed, yet I only have 11.7GB left?

One reason may be the size of the Windows folder:
Size 14.7GB
Size on Disk 9.91GB

From my calculations, Windows appears to be using the higher figure in determining available disk space.

Why is 'Size' so much greater than 'Size on Disk', can I do anything about it? I have a similar 8.1 machine, it does not have this disparity (12.4GB and 12.3GB).

What would be a normal 'Size' for a Windows folder on Windows 10 Home PC very recently upgraded from 8.1 i.e. with few, if any Windows live updates run ?

A:Windows Folder Size greater than Size on Disk

I imagine its because windows compresses some system files currently it may be using 9gb but with all files uncompressed you may be looking at 14 which is why it uses the higher value

Windows 10 will save disk space and no longer require a recovery partition | Windows 10 content from SuperSite for Windows

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I've been wanting to see how much space folders take up, like how Disks display them when you open My Computer. Is there such an addon to Explorer, or recommend any free apps that do this?

Pic attached is of Disks, but I want Folders to do the same thing:

A:Folder Size, like Disk Size addon/app?

Hi

Try foldersizes (paid not free)
this one though is free
regards

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I would like to upgrade my current 250 Gb hard drive (WDC WD2500JD-75HBBO) by replacing it with a 1Tb Seagate Barracuda.

Is there an upper limit as to how big a capacity HD I could use?

Appreciate some advice. Thanks!

John
Dell Dimension 5000 3.0Ghz
3 Gb RAM
 

A:Dell Dimension - limit to size of replacement HD ?

nope mine has 1tb on it ok takes bit more power though
 

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