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Old 09-09-2007, 03:43 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Bypassing 137gb Barrier

I have an older computer that I hoped to turn into a DVR. Before I get a nice-sized hard drive for it, is there a way to tell if it will support large hard drives (>137gb)? Or, can I just partition a large hard drive into several 120gb partitions?

Intel Pentium 3 @ 866mhz
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40+120gb IDE HDD
256mb RAM

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My computer uses 1.5A-load, .8A-idle, .65A-standby, .05A-turned off on 125V.
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