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Does anyone know of any technical article or statement from Microsoft, a computer manufacturer, a hard drive manufacturer, or any other source that states for Windows XP SP3, if your computer BIOS cannot be made bit LBA compatible, you can restrict the first partition drive C to the BIOS limit in my case, GB and then safely divide the rest of the drive into one or more partitions logical drives?
Has anyone had any problems doing this? Anonymous Oct 10,4: It was assigned Drive C. Partition 2 became Drive D and was set to GB.
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Partition 3 was assigned the remaining space and labled Drive E. All of this automatically moved my DVD drive to F:. When I rebooted I had hope, but my system shut down on me again. When it fails, the computer just shuts down, as if power was removed, and I end up with a black screen.
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I went back into the Setup by pressing F2 at startup and noticed that my GB drive was still being reported as GB, not the new GB size that I had assigned to partition1. However, Windows XP recognizes the 3 partitions that I made propperly, and reports their respective drives and sizes acurately. They are as follows: To enable EnableBigLba in the Windows registry, perform the following steps: Start a registry editor e. Enter the name EnableBigLba, then press Enter. Double-click the new value, set it to 1, then click OK.
Close the registry editor. Restart the machine for the change to take effect.
I also found a website called 48bitLBA. Here is the link http: Hopefully it will solve my problem.
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Depending on the age of your laptop, using the manufacturer's "System Recovery" feature will install a very old version of Windows, overwrite all your data, and make you install all your programs. If installing from a Windows install disk, use one that includes SP3. However, if your computer already has a working drive running XP SP1 or later, you avoid lots of problems by simply cloning the old drive to the new drive. First check the manufacturer to get the very latest BIOS available for your laptop.
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Then follow this procedure: Put the new drive in a USB external 2. Leave your old drive in your laptop.
Boot to the old drive and run regedit to check this registry setting: When done several hours laterremove the new drive from the USB enclosure and install it in your laptop in place of the old drive. Windows should boot normally, although it may need to restart once. At first, the new drive will have the same partition size as the old one.
Next, create a second partition with the rest of the drive. As long as you aren't shrinking a partition, these operations won't even require a reboot.
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Your BIOS will still get the drive parameters wrong, but the drive will work safely. The only issue I encountered was when my external USB drive exceeded the output DC capacity of one laptop so I put its drive in a different laptop to do the cloning. Mine is an interesting set up. I decided to make this machine dual bootable. It is a work computer so I wanted a partition that was dedicated for work only.
I guess the company doesn't like games on their computers. The second partition was solely devoted to anything that is the opposite of work had to have a well balanced computer. This kind of worked except that data written to the 90 GB partition when I was using it as a work computer could not be read by the computer when it was booted into play mode and visa versa. Western Digital Scorpio 40GB rpm Mobile HDD, Scorpio 60GB rpm Latitude D The default extraction directory is C:\DELL\DRIVERS\R Western Digital Scorpio 40GB/60GB/80GB rpm Mobile HDD Firmware Mobile HDD Firmware Update and is supported on Latitude, By downloading, you accept the terms of the Dell Software License Latitude D