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Old 06-17-2006, 12:06 PM   #1
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A lot of Googling brought me closer to my large HD problem with Christiaan (thanks to the excellent Maxtor site). They mention how to solve the problem for Windows 2000 and Windows XP and also link to a Microsoft Knowledge Base Article. Unfortunately, that article, and the one it links to, deals with Windows XP only.

The problem has to do with "48-bit Logical Block Addressing" addressing so I tried to search the MS site for [48-bit Logical Block Addressing Windows 2000]. MS has a neato "Did you mean?" functionality now. Follow the link to see what it suggested...

(Actually, it also came up with a relevant link.)

   
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