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Old 12-14-2006, 05:08 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Go to start --> run --> diskmgmt.msc
There you can see if there is any unpartitioned space. If enabling 48bit LBA manually doesn't work, try www.x-setup.net
Install that and search for 48bit in the search field. Enable it and reboot.
Then check diskmgmt.msc again.
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I have a Seagate 200GiB and it is 186GiB there or thereabouts...
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Old 12-14-2006, 07:51 PM   #13 (permalink)
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Go to start --> run --> diskmgmt.msc
There you can see if there is any unpartitioned space. If enabling 48bit LBA manually doesn't work, try www.x-setup.net
Install that and search for 48bit in the search field. Enable it and reboot.
Then check diskmgmt.msc again.
Thanks.
with the disk management i saw that a part of my HD was not formated.i know have 21gigs more.wich make a total of 148 gigs.closer to 160gis.
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