Discussion in 'Windows & Other Software' started by Hitman_Leon, 1 Mar 2006.
Xp only seeing drive as about 127gb??, what to do to make it see whole drive for setup?
Its a known fault bug.
You either have to have Service Pack 2 slipstreamed or im led to belive install SP2 once installed and all will be resolved.
Thought it might be a service pack thing, got me a copy of nlite and just runing it to integrate sp2. Dose that sort it all out then? full drive capacity ect. Waiting to get my new rig up and running, got me a 3700sd and a 1900xtx moving up from a xp2600 and ti4600.
Yep, did for me
Yeh works a treat, not seen it in any stickys though maybe there but if not sum 1 could put it up there, nice little app. Right gonna try and give the x1900xtx and 3700 sd a bit of excercise, not had a new gfx card for 3 1/2 years dont even know what to expect from this new kit, read all about on net but you never can tell till you use it your self.
You don't have to install SP2 if like me you think it's bloated! SP1 has 48-bit Logical Block Addressing (LBA) support which will also obviously solve the 137Gb limitation.
Whilst you're integrating SP2, why not add RyanVMs updates at the same time, all the post-SP2 updates in one handy file.
Have a look here - http://www.ryanvm.net/msfn/updatepack.html
The download is at the bottom
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